Learn how to manage social comparison and imposter syndrome, Feb. 28 

Lee Neagle

The Marquette Counseling Center, College of Nursing and Medical Clinic are sponsoring a free presentation, “How to Let Go: Managing Social Comparison and Imposter Syndrome” on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 6 p.m. in the Weasler Auditorium. This event is open to all students, faculty, staff and the community and is additionally available virtually through Microsoft Teams

Lee Neagle, LPC, national speaker and executive director of Inner Haven Wellness, will discuss and explore topics like imposter syndrome, perfectionism versus goal-focused behaviors, the comparing culture will live in today, as well as ways that we can cultivate skills to let go. The event will explore what matters to us and how to align our goals with the type of person we want to be. 

Have you ever experienced any of the following negative thoughts? “You’re going to fail.” “Nothing you do will ever be good enough.” “You’ll never compare to them.” “People are going to find out you don’t know what you’re doing.” If so, this event provides an opportunity to take a new, positive approach.

This event is will be held as part of with Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Two $25 Sendik’s gift cards will be raffled off for attendees. 

If you have any questions please call Melissa Schneider, MA, LPC, CIR at the MU Counseling Center at 414-288-7172.