Moving Beyond Imposter Syndrome
Wednesdays, February 21 - March 6, 2024 | 8 - 10:00 a.m.
Online via Zoom
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Wednesdays, February 21 - March 6, 2024 | 8 - 10:00 a.m.​ CT

Online via Zoom

​​Details​


How would life be different if you could shake the feeling that you don't belong, are inadequate or not as important as other people?

It’s called ‘imposter syndrome’, low self-esteem, believing you are a fake or phony, feeling like a fraud, or unworthy. We’re often told that the way to overcome this sense of “not being enough” is by thinking positive thoughts or to “fake it ’till you make it”. Anyone who has tried those strategies knows that they might help but aren’t enough to permanently change the way you feel about yourself.​

In this 3-session online course with others who are similarly challenged, you will learn tools and practices that will change the way you see yourself and allow you freedom to choose how you'd like to live.

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This program has been approved for 4.5​ CE credits by the NBHWC. ​



​Core Curriculum 


What will you learn?

  • To change the way you see your challenge
  • A new, practical interpretation of emotions that turns them into a tool for daily life and makes them your ally rather than an adversary
  • To identify emotions that are provoking your challenge and emotions that are barriers to overcoming it
  • Practices for self-empowerment
  • A path forward based on dignity, self-respect, and self-care
…and you will connect and build relationships with other participants who support your journey!

​Registration Information​


Registration Fee:
  • $295 for all three sessions

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​​Instructor


 

Dan Newby has been fortunate to live, work, and travel in many parts of the world. These experiences showed him that all people are attempting to live meaningful lives and the richness we can encounter in the different ways humans solve their shared challenges. Dan is a coach, mentor coach, teacher, and author who is passionate about developing emotions as a practical life skill. He is the author of multiple books on emotional literacy and the co-creator of Emoli emotion flash cards. Dan’s vision is a world where emotional literacy is part of every person’s education.

Dan is a long-time coach, author, and founder of the School of Emotions. He designed this course based on 20 years of coaching clients who struggle with self-esteem and are ready to change.  uwspcecps@uwsp.edu


Cancellation Policy

Refunds will be granted if the Continuing Education and Outreach office is contacted at least seven (7) days before the start of a class. No refunds will be given with less than seven (7) days notice. Programs that involve pre-ordering of materials and/or travel will not qualify for a refund unless your space can be filled from a waiting list. We reserve the right to cancel a course due to low enrollment, severe weather, or instructor illness. A full refund will be issued under these circumstances. Be sure​ to provide your email address and phone number when registering so we can contact you if a class is cancelled for any reason. Email us at uwspcecps@uwsp.edu to cancel your registration.

Special Needs and Accommodations


Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two week in advance. Please contact Continuing Education Customer Service at 715-346-3838 or uwspceweb@uwsp.edu.