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.
This semester's program is offered for all doctoral candidates and postdocs at the Universität Regensburg and includes a three-part workshop in English.
Each of the workshop sessions contains a short introduction of the key concepts and practical tasks that you can apply to your individual experiences. You may attend individual parts, but we recommend that you attend the entire sequence.
All sessions will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Room: Seminarraum S 014 (in "Sammelgebäude", EG)
In order to be able to prepare the sessions well and to inform participants about any necessary changes, we ask for registration via GRIPS. If you will need to miss a session, please let us know.
Register now via GRIPS!
Alexandra (Alex) Otto is a postdoc in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychotherapy and a psychotherapist in training. Throughout the workshop sessions, she will guide you through the theoretical backgrounds and practical exercises to ace your mental health in science.
Yih-Shiuan Lin is a Taiwanese postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Experimental Psychology and a former doctoral representative at WIN. She has been a mental health advocate since the early stage of her graduate years. During the workshop, Yih-Shiuan will provide information about mental health resources for early career researchers.
Together, Alex and Yih-Shiuan wish to offer you the tools and support to navigate more smoothly in your academic career. No prior knowledge is needed for participating in the workshop. Alex and Yih-Shiuan are looking forward to accompanying you in the journey of improving your mental health.
You are also welcome to contact the WIN-team for general information and individual counseling.