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Ace Your Mental Health in Science

Ever feel like science is easy for everyone else but you?
Do you feel guilty every time you put down your work just a little bit?
If you want to stop doubting yourself, quit feeling like an imposter amongst fellow scientists, and finally have the work-life balance you deserve, this workshop is made for you.

Each session of this workshop contains a short introduction of the key concepts and practical tasks that you can apply to your individual experiences. The workshop will be carried out in English and is offered for all doctoral candidates and postdocs at the Universität Regensburg.

Since the number of participants is limited, make sure to sign up in advance and let us know beforehand if you cannot make it so people on the waiting list can join in.
The application of the mental health workshop ends on Mon May 9, 2022.

Sign up here (via GRIPS) right now!
 

Kick-off event

Before the first session, we will hold a kick-off event to explain the details of the workshop for all interested in the topic (not only for workshop participants)
Tue., 10 May 2022, at 6pm in room H25 (Vielberthgebäude) 2. OG.
 

Topics and time of each workshop session

All session will be held in R005 (Rechts- und Wirtschaftsw. Seminargebäude, EG)

  • Inner Critic and Imposter Syndrome
    Learn how to defeat your imposter syndrome by identifying your inner critics and becoming your own cheerleader.
    16.05.2022 (Mon.), 7-8:30 pm
  • Communicate Like an Expert
    Improve the way you communicate and handle difficult working situations like a pro.
    30.05.2022 (Mon.), 7-8:30 pm
  • Mindfulness and Self-Worth
    Realize you are not solely defined by your work and learn to appreciate other aspects of yourself.
    13.06.2022 (Mon.), 7-8:30 pm
  • Work-Life Balance
    Work for the future but live for today.
    04.07.2022 (Mon.), 7-8:30 pm
  • Stronger Social Network
    Get to know your resources to build a strong social network.
    18.07.2022 (Mon.), 7-8:30 pm

Mental Health Workshop

An offer of the doctoral representatives at WIN