Next Studyology for procrastination starts on the 23rd July

 

Studyology is a 5 x 1-hour session program that teaches you psychological techniques for tackling procrastination. It is built on the foundations on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) so you learn about that at the same time 🙂

Procrastination is one of the leading reasons why students at Flinders present to counselling services. It is a very common problem, but also one that can be addressed.

We’ve found group programs to be quite a good place to learn how to address procrastination, because you get exposed to other people struggling with the same problem and you feel less alone.

We ran Studyology on Collaborate in May/June and it went well. You can access the recordings and slides and handouts from the last time we ran it (May/June) on Oasis Online.

But we are running it again LIVE, starting Thursday the 23rd July. There is something a bit different about attending the program LIVE, as opposed to accessing previous recordings.

The dates for the next 5 sessions are as follows:

23rd July

30th July

6th August

13th August

20th August

We’ll be running it via Collaborate, in the evening (7-8pm), so as not to interfere with your daily schedule. Tell your friends, tell your family, tell anyone who you know who procrastinates!

To indicate your attendance, please email me (gareth.furber@flinders.edu.au). Feel free to send me questions if you want to know more about the program.

To read a bit more about the program visit this blog post.

Look forward to seeing people online starting the 23rd!

 

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