Stress Management Workshops
Avoid study fatigue
Everyone responds to ongoing stress differently. For some the ongoing long-term nature of study can takes its toll, negatively impacting motivation. This can happen over a term, the year or, alternatively, after several years of having to stay focused on study.
Are you are being negatively impacted by: fatigue, susceptible to new/returning health issues, increasing difficulty retaining focus or remembering things, feeling lethargic about study (but always thinking about it), continually trying to talk up the need to study yet being easily distracted!
Attend this workshop to identify and develop ways to manage your study fatigue: http://www.lps.canterbury.ac.nz/lsc/lsc-course-LSIP.php
- understand early signs of study fatigue
- retain your remaining resilience
- respond to low motivation/procrastination
- study strategically and succeed
Everyone responds to stress differently. Take this quick test to see if you are being negatively impacted by stress:
Experiencing sleep problems
Overy tired or fatigued despite adequate sleep
Repeated headaches, aches or pains
Trouble focusing, processing or remembering things
Feeling on edge/worried about most things
Unwanted behaviours (too much drinking, eating etc)
Enrol in this workshop to assist you to quickly identify and develop ways to manage stress. Develop a strengths-based approach to assist you to:
- build your resilience
- understand early signs of stress, and
- have a plan to respond and/or resolve the stress
These workshops are organised and presented by the UC Health Centre. Facilitator: Simon Panckhurst
Dates and times
The next set of dates for this learning event has not yet been scheduled.
Even if these workshops are fully booked, it is likely there will be space on the day, so feel free to turn up.