This workshop will give you a chance to experience and learn different relaxation techniques and think about how these can be used when feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed.
You will have a chance to experience Controlled breathing, Progressive Muscle Relaxation and Visualisation.
*As this workshop is a collaboration between iCope Psychological Therapies and UCL Student Psychological Services, personal data will be shared between these services.
One off session
Thursday 19th May - 2pom to 3.30pm
Location: Room 104, No 3 Taviton Street
Please click here to register.
If you are looking to build your public speaking and presentation skills then this single session workshop could be for you: you'll have the opportunity to understand what makes a successful public speaker, and to identify limiting beliefs that may be holding you back.
You'll be able to practice speaking in a safe and supportive environment, and will take away tools and techniques that can be used to build your confidence and enhance your presentation and speaking skills.
Date and times:
Friday 29th April 5.30 - 7.30 pm
At points in your university studies you'll be asked to work with other students in a small groups. Participating in group work can have huge benefits for learning and personal development, but can sometimes be a challenging and daunting experience.
This workshop will give you the opportunity to develop your understanding of group dynamics and individual working styles, enabling you to feel more confident about contributing to and benefiting from small group work.
Dates and times:
Tuesday 10th May 5.30 - 7.30pm
Do you find that you don’t get anything done until the very last minute? Or sometimes not at all? Join this one off workshop to gain an understanding of why you procrastinate, what type of procrastinator you are and how to speak to yourself in a more motivating way so you can start getting stuff done.
Date and times:
Thursday 5th May 5.30 - 7.30 pm
Do you find that you can work yourself up into a panicked frenzy with study, social situations, or relationships? Are you someone who catastrophises the slightest thing until it is the worst thing in the world? This one off workshop will help you to understand why you get so panicked so quickly and will teach you effective ways to calm yourself and deal with your panic.
Dates and Times:
Thursday 12th May 5.30 - 7.30 pm
Student life is full of new experiences and people, opportunities for learning, broadening your horizons, freedom and independence. These things can be welcome but can sometimes feel overwhelming, uncomfortable and... alien, unlike anything you’ve experienced before. This can lead to a drop in your confidence and your motivation to persevere.
Join this one off workshop to learn all aspects of what it takes to be a resilient person and how to bounce back when times get tough.
Dates and Times:
Thursday 19th May 5.30 - 7.30 pm
This workshop will provide a chance to learn more about stress and where it comes from, as well as tools and techniques (based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) to help manage better. The workshop will particularly focus on how to cope better with academic stress and ways to improve psychological wellbeing.
25 participants max
12th May OR 2nd June 2016 from 10am to 12pm
Grant Museum of Zoology
Gower Street, WC1E 6DE
Please register here by clicking here