A short and interactive training aimed at exchanging experiences, gaining new insights and applying these insights directly to your daily life.
Stress is a physical phenomenon that can enable us to work faster and more productively. But when are you under too much stress, and how can you make stress work to your advantage? Do you notice that you sometimes have too much stress, perhaps resulting in mental or physical symptoms? Would you like to make a change? Then this is the training for you.
Goals of the training
- Learn what stress is.
- Learn how stress can manifest itself.
- Learn about (un)healthy coping styles.
- Gain insight into your thoughts contributing to your stress, and how to change them.
- Learn different ways to relax.
- Learn how to manage your time.
The training consists of 3 training sessions of 1.5 hours in a small group (maximum of 15 participants). Participants are expected to attend each session. During the training we will be working in plenary and in pairs. The language of communication is English.
During the sessions, different topics are discussed. There is room for interaction, questions, and discussion. In order to make the best possible use of the available time, participants are expected to work out some questions or registration assignments themselves before the start of the training and between sessions.
After registration, you will receive an email with the assignment to prepare for the first session.
Information about the training
Full! Registration is closed unfortunately
Interested in this topic? Take a look at the webpage of Student Career Services for the training
Session 1: Wednesday, 8th of November 13:00 – 14:30
Session 2: Wednesday, 22nd of November 13:00 – 14:30
Session 3: Wednesday, 6th of December 13:00 – 14:30
|Please be considerate of your participation in the training; |
- Make sure you can attend all meetings.
- If you have registered but are prevented from attending, please give notice as soon as possible.
- If you have any doubt about participating; please send an e-mail to the trainer.
Indira Vaessen, Psychological Assistant
Renske Helmer-Hipke, Dean of Students
|Location||On campus, A18|
|Costs and participation||Free of charge|
|Registration||Via the link at the bottom of this page.|
Are you interested in the training, but unable to attend the scheduled dates? Then please let us know of your interest by e-mail. You can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.