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Stress, Relaxation and Coping

When Jun 10, 2013
from 09:30 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Hughes Hall, Pavillion room
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Do you want to tackle stress? Commonly associated with pressure to work hard, it can also arise from boredom, procrastination, perfectionism, bullying, job insecurity, relationship difficulties and many other situations associated with the home or workplace. This course will help you to understand the causes of stress and identify possible solutions for coping with pressure and managing stress.

Target audience: University staff

Duration: One full day session


Number of sessions: 1

Mon 13 May 09:30 - 16:00 Hughes Hall, Pavilion Room Rosemary Parkinson


  • to have a deeper understanding of what stress is
  • to understand the personal, physiological and general impact of stress
  • to have identified personal options for coping with pressure, including different forms of relaxation

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