In today’s episode of The Veterinary Career Success Show, Dr. Dave Nicol is joined by psychologist and professor, Dr. Lori Kogan, Ph.D.
At Colorado State University, Dr. Lori Kogan is not only a professor (of Clinical Sciences for the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences) but also the founder/director of Pets Forever. Pets Forever is a Colorado State University-affiliated non-profit program and service-learning course which is designed to help low-income elderly and disabled pet owners. In addition to this, Dr. Kogan has years of experience providing individual and couples counseling to veterinary students, faculty, and staff.
Alongside her work at the University, Dr. Lori is also the Chair of the Human-Animal Interaction Section of the American Psychological Association and Editor of the Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin.
In this episode, Lori Kogan discusses ‘impostor syndrome’ by explaining what it is, how it begins, and how to get rid of imposter syndrome. Lori is currently engaged in several research projects and reflects on her findings of the study ‘Veterinarians and Impostor Syndrome: An Exploratory Study’ in the episode.