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Updated: Jun 5

Imposter syndrome is something that’s prevalent today…especially amongst wellness practitioners that are looking to build their own practice. What is imposter syndrome? Essentially, it’s self-doubt.

And it happens to everyone.

When it comes to being a new practitioner, you may have less imposter syndrome if you’re working in an integrative practice where you have other practitioners to lean on for support and guidance. But, when you’re out on your own trying to build your dream nutrition or herbal practice because you want the freedom of creating your own protocols and being your own boss (hellooo setting your own hours!)…imposter syndrome will creep into your head in no time.

I don’t think imposter syndrome is a bad thing. Nor do I think it’s something you can just “get over.” Some of the most prominent people in business struggle with imposter syndrome today. There’s two main things you can do to help with imposter syndrome…

  1. Learn to recognize when your thoughts are leading towards self-doubt in your abilities as a practitioner or business owner

  2. Set those thoughts aside understanding they aren’t a true reflection of your abilities.

Are you letting imposter syndrome hold you back from building the practice of your dreams?

All of our interns are paired with an assigned CNS supervisor as a part of their CNS internship! Your assigned supervisor is an anchor for you through the Mentorship Program. Your assigned supervisor helps with goal setting, networking, accountability, niching, developing protocols for clients, and more.  They will help make sure you are meeting your goals and the SPE requirements.

We are gonna brag for a second here :).  Read the testimonials on our website to see what graduates of our Mentorship Program have to say!


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