Managing Expectations & Emotions in Research
Identify personal challenges & relationship-building in the workplace. With the workforce becoming more competitive, the ability to manage expectations and emotions can, at times, seem overwhelming. This workshop will focus on the expectations and emotions a career in academia presents for researchers. Through experiential and didactic teaching, participants will be assisted to practice self-reflection on their needs and learn best practices for building health professional relationships in the workplace.
Identify personal challenges & relationship-building in the workplace
With the workforce becoming more competitive, the ability to manage expectations and emotions can, at times, seem overwhelming. The Managing Expectations & Emotions in Research workshop will focus on the expectations and emotions a career in academia presents for researchers. Through experiential and didactic teaching, participants will be assisted to reflect on their current well-being and identify any personal/academic/mental health challenges they may have. The roles of various professional relationships will be explored and participants will develop strategies to maximise these relationships. The workshop will also offer skills in stress management and resources to support researchers personally through their academic career.
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.
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:
To cancel your booking, please contact our office via email at [email protected]. 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.
Start time: 09:00 CET
End time: 17:00 CET
Venue: Online - Zoom
Email: [email protected]