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Wellbeing workshops in the Templeman Library this term

7 February 2018

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The Student Support and Wellbeing team will be holding workshops in the Templeman Library over the coming months covering a wide range of topics. Staff and students are welcome.

The sessions do not have to be booked, simply come along to D | G | 02 in D Block, Ground Floor.

Managing Anxiety and Panic

Thursday 8 February and 1 March, 14:00 – 15:30

Understand what anxiety is and consider causes and factors which keep anxiety going. We will explore a range of simple techniques to help you manage panic and anxiety and reduce the distress it causes.

Myths about grief

Friday 9 February, 14:00 – 16:00

Take a fresh look at the implicit rules embedded in our cultural norms that tend to direct our thoughts, feelings and behaviours when experiencing grief. The workshop can help you work through your own experience of bereavement or support someone else.

Assertive Communication

Wednesday 14 February and 7 March, 14:00 – 15:30

Learn tips and strategies to help you communicate opinions, thoughts, needs, and feelings in a direct, open and honest manner that does not offend others or deny the rights of others.

Coping with Presentation Anxiety

Wednesday 21 February and 14 March, 14:00 – 15:30

For many people giving presentations can be totally terrifying. This workshop will offer strategies to help you understand and manage the physiological symptoms of anxiety and build your confidence in speaking in front of others.

Overcoming Procrastination

Wednesday 28 February and 21 March, 14:00 – 15:30

Get an insight into why you procrastinate and how you can change your procrastinating habits. Learn provide well-proven tips and strategies to help you stop putting things off and fulfil your full potential.

 

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Last Updated: 26/07/2017