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GPLL8 - Strategies for Grad School Success: Maintaining a Healthy Balance

New graduate students often encounter a variety of challenges as they discover an educational reality that can be very different from their undergraduate experience. Studying remotely in the midst of a pandemic adds its own set of challenges too.

In this 3-part interactive workshop series, you will learn what it takes to be a successful graduate student and gain strategies to achieve your academic and career goals in a healthy and balanced way during the unusual circumstances brought on by COVID-19.

While the combination of all three workshops provides the most complete overview of how to maximize success in grad school, students can choose to register for only one or two workshops or attend all three. A unique registration is required for each session.

This is part 2 (PART 2: Maintaining a healthy balance) of the workshop series. The other two workshops in the series are:
GPLL7 - Strategies for Grad School Success: Designing your MAP to Success
GPLL9 - Strategies for Grad School Success: Developing your Academic and Career Potential


Learning Objectives


PART 2: Maintaining a healthy balance
1- Understand how to achieve a healthy balance during graduate school
2- Gain strategies for overcoming perfectionism and imposter syndrome
3- Learn how to set healthy boundaries in your space, time and relationships

Leaders Information


This workshop will be led by Monica Boulos, M.A., c.o.

Monica Boulos is the First-Year Support Counsellor at Concordia’s Student Success Centre. She completed her M.A. in Counselling Psychology in 2011 and has been working with the team of Services for New Students since 2012. She offers one-on-one supportive counselling to all first-year students, first-year check-ins in a group format, as well as a variety of orientation sessions and workshops like this one, tailored to first-year students.

Schedule

Section 1
January 21, 2021, 11:00 - 13:00, Thu
Section 2
January 26, 2021, 09:00 - 11:00, Tue

Disclaimer: Available spots is an estimation.
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