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Thriving with Imposter Syndrome



Liel Bridgford




A practical course on recognising imposter syndrome in yourself and learning to manage it. You will practice useful tricks to make imposter syndrome your writing friend. Using successful techniques drawn from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, you will learn how to thrive as a creative with imposter syndrome. Facilitated by a writer and mental health professional, this course will leave you confident to start working towards your writing goals and dreams.
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This workshop will take place online and will be recorded, with the recording sent to registered participants afterward. Detailed instructions for participation will be provided in the week preceding the event.

You Will Learn:

  • What imposter syndrome is
  • How to recognise imposter syndrome in yourself and work with it
  • How imposter syndrome can affect your practice
  • Ways to minimise the negative impact of imposter syndrome
  • Use accessible techniques in your daily practice to thrive with imposter syndrome

About the Tutor:

Liel Bridgford (she/they) is a Psychologist (Provisional), writer, educator, podcaster, and a disability and justice advocate based in Naarm. Her work is published in ABC Arts, MamaMia, We’ve Got This (Black Inc, 2022), Hireup and Mascara Literary Review, among others. Liel was an ABC TOP 5 Arts resident, editor of Writing Place magazine, and is the creator and host of the (Un)marginalised podcast. She not-so-secretly loves singing along to the Frozen soundtrack with her kids.

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Members of Writers Victoria receive up to 37% off the full price of our workshops, seminars and courses. In addition, members have access to a range of other discounts and opportunities and receive a subscription to 'The Victorian Writer' magazine. Memberships start from just $50. Find out more about becoming a member here.

Book early to access our early bird prices! These expire 9 days before the course begins. Please keep in mind that our workshops require a minimum number of participants to run, so booking early also helps ensure that a workshop will go ahead. 

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Phone: (03) 9917 8463
Email: [email protected]

Registration for this event ended on 31 May 2024 - 4:00
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