Larp House Presents: Imposter Syndrome Workshop

Impostor Syndrome is the feeling that you’re a fraud, that you’re not skilled enough for a career, and that you will be found out and exposed as an impostor. More people than you realize–including experts you know and respect–have impostor syndrome.

In the Impostor Syndrome Workshop you will learn how impostor syndrome may be affecting your ambitions in the world of larp and the professional world. You will also learn what you can do individually and collectively to combat impostor syndrome in our gaming community.


A workshop for 4-20 people

created by the Ada Initiative

Organized and Facilitated by Jon Cole and Heather Silsbee

3:00 pm — 5:00 pm on Saturday, December 5th
Rice Street Library in Saint Paul.There is nearby metro transit service from lines 3, 62, and 68.

If transportation is an issue, e-mail the Outreach Committee at [email protected] with what area you are in and we may be able to find someone you can ride with.

workshop, strengths assessment

If you are interested in attending the workshop, fill out the Impostor Syndrome Workshop Registration Form before 11:59 pm on Saturday, November 28th. You should know if you are in or out of the workshop by Monday, November 30th.

The venue is a meeting room in a public library. Plenty of seating available. Central AC and heat. Building meets all Federal accessibility standards.

The workshop is open to the public, and those from the library and surrounding neighborhood are able to attend without pre-registering through the Larp House. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in a conversation about impostor syndrome and how it affects their lives and communities. There will be voluntary exercises to combat internal and external causes of impostor syndrome.
For more information email [email protected]. Your inquiry will be forwarded to the person best suited to answer it.


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