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Online Workshop: Anxiety, how to be with it and make it useful!

Wellbeing workshops Anxiety: how to be with it and make it useful! 1pm - 2pm Tuesday February 7 Attend our ARU wellbeing workshops run by ARU Counsellors to help give you the confidence and skills to succeed in your studies.

Tue 07 February 2023 13:00-14:00

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Online Workshop: Anxiety, how to be with it and make it useful!

Wellbeing workshops

Attend our ARU wellbeing workshops run by ARU Counsellors to help give you the confidence and skills to succeed in your studies.

These workshops take place online over Teams:

Sign up: Wellbeing workshops - https://bit.ly/2SBThOF

Anxiety: how to be with it and make it useful!
1pm - 2pm Tuesday February 7

A workshop to help you:

* Become aware of thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
* Identify assumptions, beliefs and narratives attached to experiences.
* Develop ways to cope with anxiety, be with it and make it useful.
* How to become alert, pause and choose how you want to respond.
* Understand some philosophical aspects of anxiety and what it means to be human.

Loss, Grief and Change
1pm - 2pm Tuesday February 21

How to Set Healthy Boundaries
12pm - 1pm Wednesday February 22

Be your own life-coach
1pm - 2pm Tuesday March 7

Vicarious Trauma & Compassion Fatigue
1pm - 2pm Tuesday March 21

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