The Ph.D. Program in History

at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York

GC Events


December 10, 2015  12:30PM-2PM
Room 9204
Workshop led by Dr. Alice Mangan & Aleksandra Rayska

Do you often feel like a fraud, faking your way through graduate school, just waiting for your true inadequacies to be exposed for all to see? Enduring and sometimes overwhelming feelings of fraudulence are central to psychological experience known as The Imposter Phenomenon. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss The Imposter Phenomenon, and work to help students develop strategies to combat this often crippling experience.

Alice Mangan, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and has a private practice in NYC. She works clinically with children, adolescents and young adults in individual, group and couples treatment. She is also a learning specialist and parent and educational consultant.

Arielle Rubenstein is a predoctoral clinical psychology fellow.

Please note that no food or beverage will be allowed during this workshop.

To register stop by the Wellness Center Student Counseling Services in Room 6422 to fill out a workshop application. The application has also been attached for your convenience, email and fax is acceptable. For more information please call (212) 817-8731. You must have your student ID with current validation sticker available to present.

Wellness Center
The Graduate Center
City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 6422
New York, NY 10016
212-817-7020 (p)
212-817-1602 (f)