PhD Advice from Dr Harriet Harris, the University Chaplain
From Liz Gaberdiel
In the first episode of our PhD Advice series, Liz (@lizgaberdiel) talks to Rev. Dr. Harriet Harris, the University of Edinburgh Chaplain, about how PhD students can look after themselves through practicing mindfulness with everyday tasks, and overall building healthy habits. We get to learn about services being offered by the Chaplaincy to help support PhD students who may be struggling with mental health, as well as those who wish to find a community.
Taming your inner critic and Imposter Syndrome: https://www.ed.ac.uk/chaplaincy/abundant-academy/compassion-for-our-times/taming-your-inner-critic-and-imposter-syndrome-at
this blog has embedded in it a recording plus links to two other blogs on Imposter Syndrome.
This podcast series, episode 3, ‘The Joy and Vitality of Not Knowing’, provides a tonic for perfectionism and a corrective to white privilege.