Tag Archives: Impostor Syndrome

Ep. 022 – Dr. Emily Pica



Dr. Emily Pica, Forensic Psychology Researcher and Advocate for Wrongfully Convicted

Would a major life detour derail you or would you defy expectations? In this episode, Dr. Emily Pica discusses her path from having a child at 14, to all of her initial PhD applications being rejected, to becoming a well known researcher and advocate. She also discusses her battles with impostor syndrome, the value of criticism, and how much she loves mentoring students. Her story will inspire students, budding researchers, and anyone who ever has been determined to persevere.

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Bonus Episode – Analysis: Dr. Lisa Orbe’- Austin



BONUS: First analysis episode in which the hosts, Drs. Kevin Harris and Lauren S. Tashman, discuss the most recent episode of The Path Distilled podcast. In this episode they reflect on their conversation with Dr. Lisa Orbe’- Austin. Highlights include their discussion about how surprisingly common impostor syndrome is, the perils of overconfidence, the gift of rejection, and the importance of stepping outside of one’s comfort zone for growth.


Ep 015 – Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin (TPD Developing High Performers Series)



Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin, Co-Author of “Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome,” Psychologist, Executive Coach, Speaker, and Author

Do you own your accomplishments or worry you will be exposed as an impostor? In this episode, Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin speaks with us about her own experiences with impostor syndrome, the factors that make impostor syndrome more likely, how common it is, and how finding your own voice will be messy. You will also want to listen to hear her advice on how to move toward owning your greatness as well as check out her TEDx talk and book. 

Learn more about Dr. Orbé-Austin: Website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Book, TEDx Talk