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Stress Management

  Stress Management
Who is it for? Students who experience moderate levels of stress and who would like to both learn to relax and also manage their stress by reflecting on their experience and their lifestyle.
Content In this session you will cover:
  • Becoming aware of our own and others' experience of stress
  • Distinguishing the physical and mental aspects of stress
  • Developing a model to think about stress
  • Lifestyle hints and tips
  • Identifying the mental habits which lead to stress
  • Learning to relax - and exercise to use in daily living
What will I get out of this? By the end of the session you will have gained an understanding of:
  • An awareness that you are not alone in this
  • The increasing ability to be aware of your reactions and so to intervene with them
  • A chance to think about lifestyle and health
  • A relaxation toolkit to help you in daily life
Led by Monique – a counsellor from the University Counselling Service
Questions? Contact Trudy Haywood, 024765 23761 (ext 23761) University Counselling Services
Date/s Term 1, week 3: Thursday 17 October 2013 - 2.00pm - 4.00pm
  Term 2, week 8: Thursday 27 February 2014 - 2.00pm - 4.00pm
   Term 3, week 6: Thursday 29 May 2014 - 2.00pm - 4.00pm - to register for a place please click here
Location Upon arrival please report to our Reception, University Counselling Services, Westwood House, Westwood Campus (grid reference 2F/Building Number 75) Campus map Interactive map

The workshop was very productive in that it enabled me to understand the nature of stress and to be at ease with the process of it'

Really helped me to understand how stress affects me in a particular way and gave me methods to deal with it

I highly recommend the session. By the end of the workshop I could feel my body rejoicing in its lack of stress

Quotes from the workshop evaluations 2010-11