Studyology Session 4 now available

Overview – Studyology is a program for Flinders University students that teaches them psychological tools for tackling procrastination. Whilst live sessions run during the year, many students can’t attend those sessions. Thus recorded sessions are made available for students to peruse in their own time. In this post, access session 4 – Reading time ~ 2 minutes. Watching time ~ 36 minutes.

If you’ve been following along, you will know that I have been releasing recorded versions of the Studyology sessions here on the blog.

Studyology is a program for students wanting to tackle procrastination. It draws on ideas from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to help you develop ‘psychological flexibility’ which is a psychological capacity for focusing one’s efforts and attention on those tasks that matter most, even in the face of difficult thoughts, feelings, memories and sensations.

You can access sessions 1, 2, 3 at their respective links.

Now you can watch Session 4 🥳

Session 4 looks at why you are studying and connecting to the values you have about the student you want to be. It builds a ‘value statement’ into a pre-work ritual that contains elements of mindfulness, defusion and acceptance.


PS – the Dropbox folder mentioned in the video can be found here:

Session #5 is now available also.

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