Think positive. Feel positive. Study positive.
Wellbeing Session: Think positive. Feel positive. Study positive.
Location: 2nd floor meeting room, University Library
Time: Thursday 10th November, 12 - 1pm
This session is facilitated by Counselling and Wellbeing Services (part of Student Services) in collaboration with the Academic Support Team (Learning Services).
Very often people believe that the feelings and emotions they experience are determined by external events, situations and the behaviour of others. However, it is the way in which an individual perceives an event and the accompanying unhelpful thought processes that play a lead role in creating negative emotions such as anxiety. Elevated levels of anxiety may have a negative influence on academic performance and therefore this workshop will seek to identify and address negative thinking, reduce performance anxiety and improve your emotional wellbeing.
The aims of this session are to:
- Understand how negative thoughts can raise anxiety levels and impact on academic performance and general wellbeing
- Identify unhelpful thought processes
- Learn strategies to challenge negative thinking
- Increase confidence and improve problem solving ability
Date and Time
University Library, 2nd floor meeting room