09:00 - 12:00
Doctoral Academy Graz
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This online workshop provides you with tools to increase your resilience to stress, anxiety and burnout, and to enhance your overall well-being.
When: June 17, 9-12 and June 18, 9-12
Doctoral candidates represent a diverse group of people, and the sources of stress that you face and the coping mechanisms that you use, vary greatly. However, a repertoire of counterproductive cognitive strategies, habits, and lifestyle choices (or sacrifices!) represent a common underlying theme. Self-sabotaging thought processes, poor coping strategies, and little work-life balance render many of us susceptible to burnout and a raft of mental health issues.
This workshop provides you with tools to increase your resilience to stress, anxiety and burnout, and to enhance your overall well-being.
How certain maladaptive coping strategies (e.g. procrastination and avoidance) maintain these self-sabotaging thought and behaviour cycles.
Your well-being AND peak performance are not mutually exclusive. The goal is to maximise your cognitive and emotional performance whilst creating a sustainable, effective and enjoyable lifestyle.