Have you been successful in your career, yet often feel unsatisfied with how your relationships and career trajectory are going despite lots of effort that you’ve put in?
Are you constantly questioning your enoughness and use a checklist as proof of productivity?
Do you wonder why it often feels so guilt-producing to prioritize yourself at the risk of disappointing others?
How often do you feel stuck and unseen, and averse to taking risks?
Are there moments where you panic when unsure of the expectations of others, and find yourself over-doing to prevent rejection or criticism?
Do you wish that you could openly express your needs, learn how to identify and connect to your own dreams of success [and not what was chosen for you by others?
🔸 If you’ve answered “Yes” to any of these questions then you might be needing a safe haven where Perfectionists, those plagued with Impostor Syndrome, as well as those healing from childhood wounds of mis-attunement get recovery space.
🔸 I’ve developed this 12-week course to aid Women of Color and Black Women on how to disrupt and combat the cycles of MPI that often leave them feeling stuck, doubtful, and unfulfilled.
The MPI Cycle Breaker: No more hiding. Get out of your head and experience a connection to the life you’ve always dreamed of.
Mis-attunement is a type of relational trauma stemming from as early as childhood, where your emotional and physiological needs were dismissed, despite resources that your parents may have provided you access to.
This deprivation can then contribute to internalized shame, which causes you to attempt to be ‘perfect’ as a way of remedying past pain and anticipated future pain of rejection or judgment [meet perfectionism].
While striving for non-existent perfection, the constant experience of anxiety, fear, and worry that prevents self from fully being seen can cause self to doubt its inherent worth and qualifications, to feel fraudulent, and isolated [meet the phenomenon of impostor syndrome].
How I Know I Can Provide Support:
🔸 As a Black Woman with years of clinical and leadership experience, I know personally and professionally how experiences of systemic racism trigger a felt sense of invisibility and mis-attunement; how perfectionism emerges through pain – often as a defense strategy to avoid feeling underestimated. Yet, only to later notice that self-acceptance far outweighs any short-term outward validation. Add in experiences of sexism in addition to racism, and these definitely have a way of feeding into impostor syndrome triggers and narratives that Women of Color and Black Women hold.
🔸 After working with more than 1500 Women in a myriad of settings from top-tier executives, firms, entry-level employees, students, and professors in academia, I’m experientially attuned to the unique challenges that Women of Color and Black Women face in underrepresented spaces.
🔸 I can help you because I know what it takes to kick down barriers and move past challenges like your quality of life depends on it. Through this course, you’ll also feel the resounding effect of embracing space, where you are seen, believed, and are aided towards what you were capable of all along – wholeness and growth. As I’ve seen with many women who are committed to utilizing these tools and strategies, these tools and strategies provided in this course will help you gain the longer-term relief that you’re looking for.
The Skills You’ll Learn:
✅ How to ditch your perfectionism
✅ Disrupt and combat your impostor syndrome
✅ Find resolve
✅ Prioritize Wellness
What You’ll Gain Access To:
🔸Audio recordings accompanying video course slides
🔸A course journal with exercise handouts
🔸12 Weekly one-hour live Q&A in the Facebook group [private Facebook group also serves as a community hub for check-ins and mutual support while engaging in course content].
Who Can Benefit From This Course:
✅ Ambitious, high-achieving women that haven’t felt able to enjoy their success nor rest
✅ Those who struggle with people-pleasing and have lost track of the things that they want for themselves
✅ If you’re looking for a community of accountability, where you don’t feel alone and have space to be seen
✅ You’re motivated and committed to learning and being supportive to one another
✅ You have good relationships around you, but you want to work on deepening them and making them better while showing up in a fuller way
✅ You’re a conscious thinker and like to reflect on how to actually do the work
How Much Are You Investing in Yourself?
🔸 This course fee is set at $197, which is less than the average amount of an hourly session.
🔸 12 weekly one-hour connection support would usually amount to a total of $2,220 in addition to journaling and exercise handouts that would equal to upward of $150.
🔸 Through this course you are saving over $2000, while also gaining an uplifting community of women committed to doing this work with you.
Carmelle Ellison, LCSW is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Writer, and Fierce Advocate for Wholeness and Growth, who specializes in working with Gen-X and Millennial Black Women and Women of Color who are looking to: heal from wounds of complex trauma, ditch their defense strategy of perfectionism, and combat the unique challenges of their experience of impostor syndrome. Since, Black women and Women of Color, especially deserve to be affirmed and supported in their right and pursuit of living more honest, wholesome, and fulfilling lives.
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