Achieving Success with Less Stress

Find balance in the world of research. Setting goals and noting what it will take to reach them can be a stressful exercise. Successfully achieving those goals does not have to be a stressful experience though. This course explores tools and methods in finding balance and managing stress as you work towards a successful career in research.

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Description

Find balance in the world of research

Setting goals and noting what it will take to reach them can be a stressful exercise. Successfully achieving those goals does not have to be a stressful experience though. This course explores tools and methods in finding balance and managing stress as you work towards a successful career in research. This workshop re-visits the expectations and challenges for the Researcher and how this may impact personal well-being. Through self-reflection and discussion, participants will have an opportunity to reflect on their self–care and explore their own personal challenges going forward. Consideration will be given to helpful strategies they can practice for building self-confidence in managing their work, life and, leisure balance.

About the Facilitator

Dr. Mark Robinson joined the Trinity College Dublin Student Counselling Service in 2011. He attained a Higher Diploma in Psychology and a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, both through Trinity College Dublin. Prior to studying psychology, he studied economics and philosophy to degree level. He meets with students for individual counselling, facilitates workshops and groups and is currently coordinating all training requests made to the SCS. This involves writing, developing, and delivering trainings on such topics as supporting students in distress, self-care, resilience, and perfectionism. He has gained experience working therapeutically with people of all ages from a wide variety of backgrounds and across a wide variety of settings. Mark practices as an integrative therapist drawing on humanistic, emotion-focused, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioural frameworks. He has a particular interest in how we make meaning of our experiences of painful emotions.

Additional information

Cancellation Policy

SciLink Foundation is looking forward to your attendance. We keep our classes to a limited size to maximise your learning potential. However, we also recognise that outside factors can affect your ability to participate in our courses.

To cancel your booking, our cancellation policy is outlined as follows:
– Cancellation within 14 days of registration – Full refund minus the booking fee
– Cancellation after 14 days of course commencement – No refund available

To cancel your booking, please contact our office via email at info@scilink.eu. SciLink Foundation reserves the right to cancel courses based on minimum attendance requirements, or other unforeseen reasons (e.g. sickness of the instructor). In the unlikely event that we need to cancel an event, we will make every effort to support participants with information prior to the course commencement. Participants will have the choice between credit towards the next available course, or a full refund minus booking fees. SciLink Foundation accepts no liability for costs incurred, including but not limited to, accommodation expenses, travel expenses and travel insurances.

Event Details

Start time: 09:00 CEST

End time: 17:00 CEST

Venue: Online - Zoom

Email: info@scilink.eu