|Who is it for?||
Students who may have very high expectations of themselves, perhaps leading to distress, or to handing in work late or not at all, because it seems that nothing will ever be good enough.
|What will I get out of this?||
|Led by||Jaeda – a Counsellor from the Counselling Service and Sarah - a Wellbeing Adviser from the Wellbeing Support|
|Questions?||Contact our Administrators by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 024765 23761 (ext 23761) Counselling Services|
Friday 23rd November 2018 - 2pm to 4pm.
Friday January 18th 2019 - 2pm to 4pm
N.B. These will be the same session, repeated
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For those who have attended the introductory session, there will be the option of a brief follow up programme, running on Friday February 22nd and Tuesday March 5th 2019, from 2pm to 3pm
|Location||Upon arrival please report to our Reception, University Counselling Services, Westwood House, Westwood Campus (grid reference J5) Interactive map|
Quotes from the workshop evaluations:
This was an excellent workshop that covered a lot of information / self-analysis in a relatively short time. The space was good. Tutor very welcoming and non-judgemental, encouraging space to talk and think.”
“An excellent session.”
“The resources were good, and it was good to become aware of how a lot of things link to perfectionism and why they may come about.”
“Good overview of things to think about in the future. Was a good duration, engaging!”
“It was very welcoming.
"Interesting information and insight provided was very relatable and allowed me to learn more about myself."
"Eye-opening – I learned a lot more about myself at the way I think”
"It was in a relaxed atmosphere which made it easy to engage in the session. The leader was very welcoming and made the session incredibly enjoyable and engaging. The discussions as a group made me
feel very comfortable."
"It was good to realise for oneself to what extent and in which ways one is a perfectionist."
"It helped me make sense of the problem of perfectionism."