1165 København K
Tlf: 21 17 95 65 (man-fre kl. 9-15)
Seminar — Do I know my personal and social skills? Or how to use them consciously when I´m stressed? Participate in the workshop: How do we improve our mental health? 5 sesions, 3 hours each. Who can participate? Students at the University of Copenhagen and people who want to develop or improve skills that can help them handle stress. The aim is to improve the quality of life in the long run, which will have a positive influence in your personal and professional life. If you want to participate and you are not a student, you will need to become a member at AiiA. Language: English Registation: email@example.com
Date & Time:
The Faculty for Humanities, Njalsgade 128-130, Copenhagen
1., 8. & 15. november 2017
22. november 2017
29. november 2017
AiiA, CLAS, ENGEROM, Humaniora & Humrådet
The workshops are carried out by, Arely Alvarado, psychologist with master in educational research and ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis). She will focus on the concepts and techniques (required for an improved quality of life.) the workshops you will develop greater awareness around your being, your competences, and your potential. You will acquire tools to optimize your individual well-being and satisfaction. The techniques and strategies which are offered throughout the 5 sessions, 3 hours each, cannot only be applied immediately, but can also provide long-term relief. We are talking about a new lifestyle or a new philosophy of life, which is going to help you handle the ”new Phenomenon ”, stress: a Phenomenon affecting 48% of the students at the University of Copenhagen, predominantly women (Dansk Magisterforening- DM)
Registration opens the 2th. October. OBS limited number so hurry up. Registration at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Write:” Mental Health” on the subject field, we also need your name, the name of your studies and the name of your University.
For further information go to our homepage: http://aiia.dk/.
Organizers: Academia Intercultural/Det Interkulturelle Akademi (AiiA) side by side with Center for Latin- American Studies (CLAS), Institute for English, German and Roman (ENGEROM), with support from the Faculty of Humanities and Humrådet Copenhagen university.