Seminars at the Student Health Centre
Upcoming workshops and seminars
Seminars spring 2021
Upcoming lunch seminars are listed below. They will be held online via Zoom. A link will be sent to you by email after you have signed up.
Wednesday 5 May, 12:15–13:00, Get started! Why wait? How to avoid procrastination
Do you find yourself putting off the inevitable? Have you ever finished a project just before deadline? Do you tell yourself “I’ll start tomorrow"? Join us for an online lunch seminar where we will explore procrastination in the context of academic studies and talk about tips, tricks and useful advice to help you beat procrastination.
Wednesday 19 May, 12:15–13:00, Coping with stress
What stress is and strategies on how to handle it.
Stress management course
A smaller group of students will meet three times to learn more about what stress is and how to handle it.
The course is based on CBT techniques and mindfulness.
Dates: 20 April, 27 April, 4 May (Tuesdays)
If you sign up, you are expected to attend all three sessions.
The number of seats is limited, so if you are interested in participating or if you have any questions, please send an email to asa [dot] probert [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se as soon as possible.
Do you have problems with procrastination?
The Student Health Centre is starting a procrastination group for international students. The group is intended for students who have difficulty organising, or repeatedly postpone, their studies. The purpose of the group is to work together to reduce procrastination and receive support in behavioural change.
The group meets every week on Thursdays 14:15–15:45. The meetings are conducted online (via Zoom) due to the current situation, until further notice.
For more information, or to sign up, please email Malin Kisro, malin [dot] kisro [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se.
Winter blues – how to survive the darkness
A seminar on how the dark season affects our mood, with tips on how to make the situation easier and how to feel better.
Dates and times for autumn 2021 sessions will be announced later in the year.