Join us for this Community Conversations event to learn about the impact and experience of Imposter Phenomenon on young people of color. Discover strategies, resources, and tools and techniques young people can use to deal with stress, anxiety and other negative mental health impacts associated with the phenomenon to promote healing, well-being, and mental health so they can survive and thrive in the college environment and as they enter the workforce. Open to students of color in, or headed to, college, and all who support them, including family members, educators, and mental health professionals.
Kevin Cokley, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Educational Psychology
University and UT System Distinguished Teaching Professor
Professor of Educational Psychology and African and African Diaspora Studies
University of Texas at Austin