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About this event
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- Nov 30, 2021 16:30 - 18:00
The ‘Look after your friend’ is a training on wellbeing offered by the UT psychologists in collaboration with the Student Union. Student wellbeing is a topic that is becoming more and more important. Therefore we are participating in this training, together with Daedalus and Newton.
Student life can be a lot of fun but it can also be difficult sometimes. A lot of students who experience problems regarding their wellbeing, such as stress, depression or anxiety, first turn to their friends to talk about it before talking to anyone else. This training will teach you how to help your friends in these circumstances. The training will answer the following questions: ‘how can I help my friend without letting it affect myself too much?’, ‘how can I listen to someone in a way that makes them feel heard?’, ‘what does a certain diagnosis actually mean?’, and many more.
The training consists of 2 sessions of both 1,5 hours, on Tuesday 30 November from 16:30 until 18:00 and on Monday 13 December from 16:30 until 18:00, which are complementing and can therefore not be followed separately. You will be asked to do a short preparation beforehand and you will also receive a guide containing extensive information on the topic. The training will be given fully in English.
During these two sessions, the following topics will be discussed:
- Practical tips on looking after your friend
- Supporting a friend through the student journey
- Understanding your friend’s diagnosis
- Knowing your services: getting professional help in- and outside of the UT
Do you want to know more about the content of the training? Check out the Canvas page (https://canvas.utwente.nl/enroll/XH3GJB), containing more information. Enrolling on this page is without obligation, so feel free to check it out!
To sign up, you need to enroll on the ConcepT website and you need to enroll yourself to the Canvas page. You can sign up until the 26th of November, 12:00.
Sign up now and contribute to improving student wellbeing!
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