|Dates||Start time||End time||Location||Coordinator||registrations
|4 Wednesdays: 28 Oct and 4,11,25 November||19:00||21:30||Soon to be announced||Student Training & Support||13 / 12||Registration ended at 28/10/2020|
13, 20, 27 January and 3 February 2021
We expect you will attend the full course
|19:00||21:30||Location on Campus / t.b.d.||Student Training & Support||12 / 12||Add to waiting list|
Stress Management Training
Stress is a hot topic. Not the least amongst students. Students report for example that they experience stress in relation to study pressure, study loans and social media. During this training attention will be paid to several questions related to stress. For example what do we mean with stress? What causes stress? How to deal with these causes? How to deal with your stress?
The goal is to offer you insights and tools that can help you managing your (study) stress in an effective way.
In this training you will work on recognising negative, self-undermining thoughts and how to think more constructively. Additionally, you will learn how to make use of your qualities, set priorities and to apply relaxation techniques.
During this meeting you will take a close look at your relation with stress. What does stress mean to you? How do you cope with stress? And what are the effects of your coping strategies in your life?
In this meeting we will focus on the root cause of stress. Especially we will pay attention to the effects of your thoughts and convictions in relation to the occurrence of stress.
In this meeting attention will be paid to dealing with negative emotions and tension. How can you cope with negative emotions, tensions and stress without letting them ‘overrule’ you.
During this last meeting you will learn how to integrate thoughts, emotions and behavior in such a way that you can act in a psychological flexible way.
This training will be face-to-face as far as COVID 19 measures allow.
We expect you to attend the full course.
Course duration: 4 sessions of 2,5 hours
Dates and time: Wednesday 13, 20 and 27 January and 3 February from 19:00 - 21.30 hrs.
Self-study: as much as you need