Trauma, Self-Harm, and Imposter Syndrome

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Posted: January 26, 2021

Estimated reading time: 43 minutes

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Trauma, Self-Harm, and Imposter Syndrome

Welcome to another eye-opening episode of #MyCounselorLIVE! Today, we are honored to introduce Christian Therapist September Trent as our esteemed guest, ready to delve into the depths of topics that impact not only our mental health but also our sense of self.

In this enlightening episode, September Trent will be our guide through her thought-provoking article, “Trauma & Self-Harm: Why They Coincide.” The intersection of trauma and self-harm is a complex and sensitive subject, often shrouded in misconceptions. September will provide insight into the intricate relationship between these two, helping us understand and cope with these challenging experiences.

But our exploration doesn’t stop there. Imposter syndrome, a pervasive and often silent struggle, is something many of us encounter in our professional and personal lives. September Trent will share her perspective on this phenomenon, offering strategies to confront imposter syndrome and cultivate self-confidence.

As always, we encourage your active participation, and your questions are the cornerstone of our dialogue. September Trent will be here to provide professional guidance and answers to your inquiries. Whether you’re seeking understanding and healing from trauma-related issues, looking to conquer imposter syndrome, or have any other mental health queries, this episode promises to be a source of wisdom and practical solutions. Stay tuned for an engaging and informative conversation with Christian Therapist September Trent!

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This article is based on scientific evidence and clinical experience, written by a licensed professional and fact-checked by experts.

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September Trent
September Trent

September Trent MS, LPC has a Masters in Counseling. She is also an Attachment Focused EDMR therapist trained by the Parnell Institute. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), holding her license in Missouri.

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