Imposter Syndrome


Taught by Tiffany Lloyd

ASL with no ASL to English interpretation

CEU:0.3, BEI Category:Ethics (E.) Interpreting (I.), RID Category:PS

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Taught by Tiffany Lloyd

Workshop Synopsis: Have you ever doubted your abilities or felt like a fraud? Are you afraid to step into leadership roles or mentoring roles because you don’t know if you are ready? Maybe you are finding yourself turning down assignments you may be qualified to take? This type of insecurity is common and pervasive in our society, it is Imposter Syndrome. Imposter Syndrome can cause many mental health issues that impact our ability to effectively do our work. This workshop is focused on providing you with the tools to understand and work through Imposter Syndrome. This is dialogue focused and a hands on approach to tackling the internal critic that plagues us all. 


Presenter Bio: Tiffany Lloyd (she/her) is a graduate of Kent State University with a bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language and Theatre. She later attended and graduated from Tyler Junior College with a degree in Sign Language Interpreting and received an ASL skills certificate. She currently lives and works in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and has an Advanced Certification from the Board for Evaluation of Interpreters.  Tiffany likes to give back by volunteering and she mentors colleagues and students in the community. She is passionate about education, intersectionality, inclusion, equality, justice, and how it all relates to mental health. She is pursuing her Mental Health Certification this summer and wants to eventually go back to school for her master’s degree.