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Imposter Syndrome 2021-11-10 14:35:00 2021-11-10 15:15:00 America/New_York Online
Nov 10
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Imposter Syndrome

02:35PM - 03:15PM


Join the Office of Student Affairs and CAPS to discuss Imposter Syndrome. Imposter syndrome refers to a pattern of thinking when people doubt their accomplishments and fear that they will be found out as “frauds.” Imposter syndrome affects at least 70% of people during their lives. This workshop will explain more about what imposter syndrome is, present strategies to combat it, and provide space to discuss how imposter syndrome impacts you and your peers at Penn.

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