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Webinar: "If they only knew..." a conversation on Imposter Syndrome

  • 02 Apr 2024
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Webinar


  • This program registration is being offered as a "pay what you can" to MSHA. The next screen will have a box where you can enter your chosen payment amount.


Webinar: "If they only knew"....a conversation on Imposter syndrome

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Members and Non-Members: Donate what you can to MSHA

MSHA hopes you will be a part of our association in the future. We support our students through annual events at no charge and would appreciate a small donation of $10 to MSHA  for your participation in this additional training.

Participants will:

  • Define what is meant by imposter syndrome specifically across the speech language discipline (from student and clinician perspectives)
  • Identify at least 3 common manifestations of those who identify as having imposter syndrome
  • Identify and apply at least 3 strategies for coping with imposter syndrome

Featured Presenter

Emile R "Mike" Boutin, Jr, EdD, ACC he/him/his, Asst Dean for Faculty & Student Success, MGH Institute of Health Professions

Mike Boutin, EdD, ACC, is Assistant Dean for Faculty and Student Success in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. In his role as Asst Dean, he coordinates and provides student support dealing with issues of stress, time management, study skills, group and teamwork, and development of soft skills.  He collaborates with faculty around a host of student issues. 

Mike is an ICF-certified ACC-level executive coach.  He teaches coaching in the School of Healthcare Leadership and serves as a coach for nurse leaders through the Center for Professional Development. He also teaches Counseling Skills in the CSD Department.  Mike is also a certified Mental Health First Aid instructor, training faculty and students in the signs and symptoms of mental health challenges and how to respond. 

Mike received his Doctor of Education degree in Organizational Leadership from Northeastern University, his Master of Arts degree in Liturgical Studies from the University of Notre Dame, and his MDiv from St. John Seminary. He received his Bachelor of Arts in French and music from Tufts University.

Jennifer E. Mackey, SLP.D., CCC-SLP she/her/hers, Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, MGH Institute of Health professions
Patti Nelson, MS, CCC-SLP she/her/hers, Senior Scholar-in-Residence, Undergraduate Curriculum Coordinator, CSD Faculty Coordinator for Student Advising and Program Support Communication Sciences & Disorders, Emerson College

This panel discussion will NOT be available for ASHA CEUs!

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