It’s one thing to want to strive to perform at your best. But what happens when you set unrealistically high, unrelenting, inflexible standards for yourself? Hello, overwhelm!
This course will give you the tools to help understand how perfectionism works and where it comes from. Discover how to dismantle the unhelpful aspects of perfectionism to find balance and freedom in your life - and work towards your goals in a sustainable way.
What will you learn?
This course will guide you through an evidence-based understanding of perfectionism and set you on the right path to breaking free of what’s not working. It’s so much more than a quick fix.
You’ll have access to a series of actionable tools and strategies to help you understand where perfectionism shows up in your life, how it impacts you and how you can move instead towards more balanced thinking - and greater wellbeing.
This course is for you if:
You often feel overwhelmed by internal pressure and anxiety to achieve your goals
You sometimes find yourself freezing up or delaying starting things at all
You put perfectionism above all things, like sleep and your general wellbeing
You’re ready to change your relationship with perfectionism
You can commit to doing the work you need to create real and lasting change.
What’s included in the course?
The carefully designed and sequential course units cover topics including:
What is perfectionism?
Where does perfectionism come from?
How does perfectionism impact you?
Weighing up the costs and benefits of perfectionism
Towards balanced thinking.
The course price includes lifetime access to all course content and resources including:
Digestible, bite-sized videos
A PDF workbook with self-reflection questions and practical activities
Interactive quizzes to reflect on your learnings
Special introductory offer: $49.50 (inc. GST)
- valid until 1 March 2022 with code innercollective30
Regular course price: $79.50 (inc. GST)
For your peace of mind, all courses run by The Inner Collective come with a money-back guarantee.
If you don’t believe your course is equipping you with useful strategies and tools to help you navigate life’s stressors, you’ll get your money back.
Just get in touch with us within 14 days of purchase and we’ll refund you, no further questions.
Clinical Psychologist, Director
MACPA, EMDRAA Full Member
Phoebe is a warm, calm, and compassionate clinical psychologist working with adults and adolescents. She has worked in the mental health field for the past decade in counselling, research, and clinical psychology.
Phoebe has a passion for women's wellbeing and mental health issues, and women's leadership. She wholeheartedly believes that to change our social context, we must start at the grass-roots - working on ourselves.
Clinical psychology doesn't have to feel clinical. Phoebe believes mental health, along with physical health, is central to wellbeing for a full and meaningful life. She is excited to share her tools and practical strategies for addressing perfectionism in this evidence-based course.
Clinical Psychology Registrar
Lienke is a kind and gentle clinical psychologist registrar who supports the well-being of young people and adults facing various challenges. She is known for creating a safe and non-judgemental space, and for her attentive listening.
Lienke works collaboratively with her clients to help them identify personally meaningful goals and empowers them with the tools to lead a fulfilling life.
A lifelong learner, Lienke uses the latest scientific evidence-based approaches in her work. She looks forward to sharing valuable strategies, tools and resources with course participants.