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Counselling Workshops

Starting a new semester, you may feel as though you need some support to manage stress when working on assignments, preparing for the exam period and maintaining a healthy study/life balance. The following workshops will provide strategies to help!

Studying with Strength: Resilience for Academic Success

Offered across campuses and via zoom, the following one-hour interactive workshop will:

  • Explore the concept of resilience – what it is, what it isn’t, how we can notice it and how we can grow it
  • Help you to recognise opportunities and challenges for resilience across the highs and low of student life
  • Introduce practical strategies for strengthening your resilience across a variety of academic situations
  • Provide information on ECU support services and resources to assist you in reaching your potential.

To register for this workshop, select a session that suits you and click on the link to register.

Bunbury

Thursday 10 September 11.00am-12.00pm

Joondalup

Friday 11 September 10.30am-11.30am

Online via Zoom

Wednesday 9 September 11.00am-12.00pm

Counselling Groups

Can’t Stop Overthinking?

Be a part of a group that will assist you to build practical skills to address repetitive, negative thinking linked to anxiety and depression.

The treatment used is the evidence-based approach of metacognitive therapy. It is based on the premise that our initial negative thoughts are NOT the problem, but how we respond to our thoughts is the issue.

  • When: From 1.00pm – 3.00pm Thursdays starting on 27 August 2020. This group is comprised of SIX weekly group sessions of two hours each, plus ONE follow-up session.
  • Where:             Joondalup Campus.
  • Cost: Free to all enrolled ECU students.

Do I have to attend all sessions?

Yes, this group is for those who want to make an ongoing commitment to improving their emotional well-being and decreasing emotional distress.

I don’t want to tell my whole life story to a bunch of strangers!

Don’t worry, participants will have complete choice of what they want to share. This group will be facilitated by two psychologists from ECU’s Counselling Services to ensure that all information in sessions will remain confidential.

For more information or to register your interest in attending the Worry and Rumination group, contact the
ECU Counselling, Equity and Diversity Services at  counselling@ecu.edu.au.

Succeed with ADHD

Be a part of a group that will assist you to stay on track with study goals and learn skills to manage ADHD challenges.

If you have an ADHD diagnosis this group will help you learn skills to help manage ADHD-related difficulties that impact on your academic and personal progress and allow you to enjoy your time at ECU and also participate in non-academic aspects of university life.

  • When: Weekly for 6 weeks starting Wednesdays 19 August at 11.00am -12.30pm
  • Where: On campus. Location to be announced.
  • Who: Any current student with an ADHD diagnosis
  • Cost: Free to all enrolled ECU students.

The group is facilitated byPsychologists Sarah and Andrew. For more information and to register your interest to attend contact the ECU Counselling, Equity, Diversity and Disability Services at counselling@ecu.edu.au

If you would like assistance now see our Tip Sheets page or contact the Counselling and Equity Service.

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