Imposter Syndrome, while not a diagnoseable mental health condition, is a common problem that affects many Australians – read on for Mary Magalotti’s guide to recognising the signs:

Signs and Symptoms of Imposter Syndrome

You feel like you’ve ‘cheated’ your way to success: Do you sometimes feel like the good things that happen to you are underserved? Or do you feel like you’ve somehow fooled those around you into liking and appreciating you? If so, you may be dealing with Imposter Syndrome.

You struggle with self-doubt: Are you often very unsure of yourself? Do you feel like you won’t be able to meet your goals, despite all evidence to the contrary? Those with Imposter Syndrome often struggle with severe self-doubt and low self-worth.

You have very high expectations of yourself: Do you often set expectations for yourself that no one could reasonably meet? Do you feel like no matter how hard you try, you’ll never please yourself? Imposter Syndrome can fool you into believing nothing you do is ever ‘good enough’.

Struggling? Reach Out and Contact Life Resolutions Today

If you’re struggling with Imposter Syndrome, low self-worth, or other mental health concerns, Mary Magalotti and the Life Resolutions psychology team encourage you to reach out today. You can book an appointment online or over the phone or explore our website for more about the work we do at Life Resolutions.