Healthy relationships are integral to people's happiness and wellbeing. They make us feel confident, respected, loved and secure. However, it is common for students have a limited on-campus network, experience relationship break-ups and/or struggle to juggle relationships and study commitments. Indeed, settling in to university life takes time and it is not uncommon to feel confused, anxious, lonely or sad. This workshop will assist you to develop and foster healthy relationships and communicate effectively.
Content of the workshop
In this workshop you will first learn to why relationships are so important for well-being and academic success. Next, you will learn practical strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships. You will also learn how to communicate effectively with other people and make an impact.
By the end of the workshop you will have:
- Improved ability to understand how to develop and maintain healthy relationships
- Learned tips for effective communication
Benefits for students:
- Improved communication skills
- Increased confidence in ability to initiate relationships
- Networking opportunity
Wednesday 1 April, 1 - 2pm at CAPS reception (Level 5, Jane Foss Russell Building)