Mindful Learning and Resilience student training
Please contact Bill Sheate at Imagination Therapy to discuss timings and arrange a training session.
This one-hour introductory session introduces the idea of 'mindful learning' for promoting good mental health while studying at Imperial College London.
It provides some simple self-help mindfulness, relaxation and stress management techniques to help individuals build their own personal skills to deal proactively with common issues like anxiety, stress, worry or low self-worth, and so help build long-term resilience.
Undergraduates and Postgraduate Taught students
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Training length: 1 hour
Group size: up to 150 students per group.
Cohort: suitable for all cohorts. We recommend that students be grouped within their own cohort.
Recommended timing: Autumn or Spring term.
Space required: Lecture theatre or non-lab teaching space
Cost: £150 per session
The Faculty will be piloting a 3.5 hour workshop on 'Taking Control of your PhD: Values, Purpose and Resilience' in Spring 2019. For further information, or if your department would like to be involved in this pilot, please contact Komal Patel (email@example.com).