Imposter Syndrome is a term coined in 1978 by psychologists, Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes. It is the psychological phenomenon, found in perfectionists and high achievers. The feeling of being caught out. That someone is better suited for the role than you. That you are unqualified or just simply lucky. The idea that you will soon be exposed.
So many people have ‘Imposter Syndrome’. It’s hard to know whether this is because the work environment become more challenging. Or down to other factors like the constant ‘best of reel’ comparison on Social Media has caused Millennials to feel less than competent.
There is now a severe lack of confidence in young people in the UK. Over twelve million people aged 18-34 suffering from “confidence gremlins” that attempt to undermine them at work.
Hypnosis can dissolve imposter syndrome. Leaving it in your past. Helping you tune in to your abilities, resources and strengths. Reminding you are both competent and confident when you need it most.