Dr. Emee Estacio - Personal Profile
Years of Experience
$10,000 - $20,000
Our aim is to help you to embrace your true worth, so you can live a happy and purposeful life. ~ Dr. Emee Estacio
Best-Selling Author, Chartered Psychologist,
Founder of the PAME Code
Health & Community Psychology
Health & Wellness
Self Publishing & Business
Women in Business
Diversity & Inclusion
Health & Wellness
What is imposter syndrome and its characteristics
2. Case studies and personal experience of imposter syndrome, including its impact on health and wellbeing
3. Strategies to cope with imposter syndrome
Type of Speaking Engagement Preferred
Break Out Sessions
3. Live Speaking Engagements
4. Lunch & Learns
6. Schools & Universities
7. Speaking Training for Corporations
8. Ted Talk
9. Virtual Speaking
Add On That Can Be Provided
Articles & Blogs
"We can do it together"
Learn more about the PAME Code and how to apply it in your life.
Gain clarity, overcome self-doubt, and stay accountable.
The Mindset Reset Program is designed to help you explore your thoughts so you can transform them and maximize your fullest potential.
Emee is the Founder of The PAME Code. She is a chartered psychologist with over 20 years' experience in health, community, and positive psychology. Her passion is to help people embrace their true worth, so they can live happy and fulfilling lives.
Throughout her academic, coaching, and research career, she has worked closely with individuals and communities to unlock their full potential using simple and easy to apply methods for limitless success in life.
She is the #1 best-selling author of the "Psychology in Your Life" book series, including titles such as "The Imposter Syndrome Remedy", "Change Your Life for Good", and "Fear is Not My Enemy". She is also now helping aspiring authors fulfil their lifelong ambition to write and publish their own books with her flagship course, "Self-Publishing Made Simple".
She completed her BA (magna cum laude) from the University of the Philippines and her MSc and PhD at City University London. She sits on the editorial board of several psychology journals and is an avid supporter of organizations that promote literacy, human rights, and social justice.
In particular, she has led and supported projects that aimed to promote the well-being of migrant and ethnic minority groups, children and young people, older adults, people with learning disabilities, caregivers and nurses, LGBT groups, and indigenous communities.
She is passionate about living a purposeful life and is keen to help others to do the same through her books, speaking engagements, and coaching practice.