One of the most important factors in being productive, feeling good and reaching your full potential at University is your wellbeing. And it’s important that you look after your emotional wellbeing, just as much as your physical health. It is for this reason that we are pleased to once again offer wellbeing workshops are part of the UniSkills workshop programme, following their success last year.
Working collaboratively with the Counselling and Wellbeing Team in Student Services, these sessions will address some of the concerns that are frequently raised by students during their time at University. The workshops are tailored to focus on helping you respond to the demands of student life, in a positive and supportive environment.
The wellbeing workshops are open to all Edge Hill students, no matter what your course or year of study – we’re here for you!
Think positive. Feel positive. Study positive.
Thursday 10th November (12-1pm) – BOOK HERE
Come along to this workshop to find out how your feelings and emotions can impact
on your academic performance and your general wellbeing at University. Together we will explore effective strategies to challenge negative thinking, reduce performance anxiety and help you to improve both your confidence and problem solving abilities.
Stop putting things off and start getting things done
Wednesday 16th November (12-1:30pm) – BOOK HERE
Our second workshop helps you to understand the cycle of procrastination including how to get out of it, get organised and get things done! By attending this session you can learn how to start your tasks earlier and feel more confident in progressing and finishing your tasks on time.
For further support:
Should you ever need advice, guidance or support outside of these workshop times, you can contact the Counselling team by phone 01695 650988 or email [email protected] or attend a drop-in at The Health and Wellbeing Centre, Milton House.
For further help with your academic studies, don’t forget you can also access support, guides and advice through UniSkills or by visiting the Ask desk in the University Library.