Mental Health Matinée: Building back your confidence  

September 30, 2021 @ 13:30

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Confidence plays a huge role in how we show up in the world. If we believe that we have what it takes to succeed, then we’re more likely to put ourselves out there for opportunities and overcome setbacks and in doing so, get closer to achieving our goals. But external circumstances like the impact of COVID-19 have the power to seriously impact that confidence.

If you feel like your confidence could use a boost, this Mental Health Matinée will cover what confidence really is, and practical strategies that you can use to build your confidence even in the face of those things that can impact it, such as cancelled shows, not working, or imposter syndrome. 

Presented by Cailin Howarth, The Performer’s Edge.

Cailin Howarth trained as a classical singer at The Conservatorium of Music at The University of Melbourne before performing in Australia and Europe. As a performer, Cailin saw the need for skilled practitioners who understood the specific challenges of the performing arts, and subsequently returned to study psychology in order to be the change she wanted to see in the industry. Cailin has created The Performer’s Edge to support creatives and performers reach their full potential through performance coaching utilising best practice performance psychology.

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