Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2011 21:13:10 +0000
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Subject: Reminder: Register for the "The Burnout-Resistant Graduate
Student" Workshop on Wednesday, Nov 2
Graduate School Professional Development Seminar
The Burnout-Resistant Graduate Student: Sidestepping Pitfalls and Surviving Until Graduation
Date: November 2, 2011
Time: 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Location: Miller Learning Center MLC Room 348
Register to attend: http://www.surveymk.com/s/gs110211
Ever feel like the finish line for completing graduate school is impossible to see? Does the thought of one more semester feel overwhelming? You are not alone! Graduate students of today face more challenges than ever. Constantly performing under pressure, combating emotional/physical fatigue, navigating tricky relationships, and an imbalanced lifestyle make many graduate students susceptible to burnout. This seminar has been created to help you assess the components of burnout, learn and develop coping skills tailored to graduate school responsibilities, and guibuild a balanced lifestyle supporting successful completion of your degree.
Your Speaker: Dr. Andy Case-Simonson, Licensed Counseling Psychologist
Dr. Andy Case-Simonson is a licensed counseling psychologist in private practice in Athens. Drawing from work in 6 different universities, he specializes in helping students meet their goals in relationships (family, romantic, friendships, and professional), vocational/academics, and balancing personal and professional responsibilities. His clinical specialty areas include student-centered counseling, stress/anxiety management, couples/marital therapy, depression, diversity issues, identity development, and holistic wellness. For more information: call 678-677-4851 or go to www.drandycasesimonson.com<http://www.drandycasesimonson.com/>.
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