When a person demands perfection of herself or himself, anything less can feel like failure. Adia Gooden knows this from experience. In addition to her work as a staff psychologist at the University of Chicago, she’s learned in her own life how to break negative thought patterns and live more freely. She shares those lessons in her talk: “Cultivating Unconditional Self-Worth.” Gooden is a licensed clinical psychologist. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University and her doctorate in clinical community psychology from DePaul College of Science and Health in 2013.

At We.Care we offer help to overcome a variety of mental challenges. By signing up you will gain access to a variety of informational content on self worth, self esteem and self compassion, and how to improve your life. Furthermore you will be able to talk to our psychologists, who will be able to offer specialised help tailored to your personal situation and challenges.

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