September 12, 2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The Imposter Cycle effects an individual’s substance use disorder. Identifying Imposter Syndrome and how it manifests must be addressed in order to provide appropriate treatment. During this webinar, Philip Warrick, a licensed therapist at Lakeview Health, will define Imposter Syndrome, identify the Cycles, key character traits, and prevalence within the community. The discussion will investigate the onset of individuals’ transition through the Stages of Development with an emphasis on the social and family contributing factors. Lastly, he’ll identify and discuss how a clinician can appropriately work with patients facing these challenges, including therapeutic approaches and treatment strategies.
- Define the Imposter Syndrome and identify the key character traits.
- Examine the differences and similarities between Imposter Syndrome, self-worth, and overconfidence.
- Provide therapeutic approaches and treatment strategies for patients.
About the Presenter
Philip Warrick, LMHC
Philip received his Undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida prior to earning his Master’s Degree from the University of South Florida in Counselor Education – Mental Health Counseling Track. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor currently pursuing his MCAP. Philip has been working as a Therapist for Lakeview Health in Jacksonville, Florida since 2016. Philip gained experience in the field while working as a Substance Abuse Counselor at an inpatient facility in Tampa, Florida focusing specifically on treatment for professionals in the medical field. He also served as a Field-Therapist in the Orlando area working with children struggling with Dual Diagnosis Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders. Along with his passion for counseling, Philip delivers presentations around the country focused on integrating the newest approaches with best practices in the treatment of individuals struggling with Substance Use Disorders.