Working with Our Inner Critic

IEEE WIE Victorian Section provided a unique opportunity with Dr. Phoebe Lau, a Clinical Psychologist, to share tips and strategies to manage inner critic and work with it. It was held on 5th of June,  2019 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm.

An Inner Critic is an internal voice of criticism and judgement about ourselves. Most of us have one, and many of us struggle with it. Left unchecked, the Inner Critic can be really mean, stopping us from doing the things we want and driving us to have unrelenting high standards of ourselves. When Inner Critics have free reign, we can end up burnt out, depressed, anxious, and feeling unfulfilled.

According to the participants, this introductory workshop was helpful to identify and work with your Inner Critic in a way that’s harmonious and beneficial to you. The goal is not to get rid of your Inner Critic, but to work with it.

About the speaker

Dr Phoebe Lau is a Clinical Psychologist with almost a decade of experience in the mental health field. She holds a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science from the University of Sydney. Dr Lau was a founding member and Clinical Lead of Uprise, a Telstra funded start-up that enabled employees to access mental health stepped care through a mobile application and phone coaching services. She has recently established, The Inner Collective in Melbourne, a boutique clinical psychology practice focusing on women’s mental health and emotional well-being. The Inner Collective seeks to understand and address challenges that predominantly pertain to women in general, and female minorities, so that women may achieve true equality and leadership.

For further information, contact Dr. Phoebe Lau.

Private Office: Level 39, 385 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Email: enquiries@innercollective.com.au
Website: www.innercollective.com.au