Taming the Shrews: Perfectionism and Procrastination in Graduate School Life
Date: March 2, 2011
Time: 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Location: Miller Learning Center, Room 350
Register to attend: http://www.surveymk.com/s/gs030211
How often do you wish for more hours in the day, increased efficency in your work style, reduced feelings of being overwhelmed, and perfection in your finished papers, projects, research and test preparations? This workshop is designed for you! Tame these 2 shrews by (1) assessing "good" vs. "bad" perfectionism and procrastination, (2) understanding your work approach and style, (3) uncovering expectations that are vulnerable to perfectionistic tendencies and procrastination, and (4) meeting personal and professional needs that can help prevent chronic perfectionism and procrastination.
Your Speaker: Andy Case-Simonson, 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, conquering maladaptive perfectionism and procrastination, stress/anxiety, couples/marital therapy, depression, diversity issues, identity development, and holistic wellness. For more information: call 678-677-4851 or go to www.drandycasesimonson.com
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