Overcoming Perfectionism Workshop – Semester 1 2019

How many of the above statements can you relate to? If it is a few, then Perfectionism might be relevant for you.

For more information on what Perfectionism is, and how it can be problematic, check out my earlier blog post which explores this in more detail.

 

Perfectionism is such a common problem among university students, that we regularly run a workshop series which helps students with overcoming problematic perfectionism.

The series of 4 x 90 minute workshops will focus on why perfectionism can be hard to shift, strategies to shift from problematic perfectionism to healthy striving, and how to manage self-criticism and procrastination.

The workshops will be held over four weekly sessions:

At Callaghan Campus: 1-2.30pm on Thursdays, commencing Thursday 7th March 2019

At Ourimbah Campus: 1-2.30pm on Tuesdays, commencing Tuesday 12th March 2019

Places are limited. To register for your place, complete the online registration form or email counselling at newcastle.edu.au for more information.


Welcome to 2019

Welcome back from holidays! I hope you have had a fun and safe holiday period and are returning to study at least a little refreshed. If not, there is always coffee!

Counselling, Online Counselling and Student Support are now open again and ready to help you out with any questions you have or things you might be struggling with.

Skype Drop In sessions will resume from Wk 1 of Semester 1 – Monday 25th February 2019. 

The University Crisis Support line is available on 130 653 007 or SMS 0488 863 216 between the hours of 5pm-9am on weekdays, and 24 hrs over the weekends and public holidays.

 


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