Stress Management in Graduate School

Feeling overwhelmed?

Got that imposter feeling?

Trouble balancing it all?

You must be in grad school!

Stress is common for grad students. You have a lot to balance between academics, assistantships, relationships, family, and LIFE. If you’re a grad student, then chances are you also have big dreams and high standards for yourself.

Together, this can feel like the demands on you exceed your ability to meet them.

A little bit of stress can actually help us stay motivated as we work toward our goals, but there does come a point where enough is enough. Managing stress is a critical component to your happiness and success.

CAPS is partnering with the Think Tank with the Stress Management in Graduate School workshop. We’ll cover the basics of stress and 6 steps to kissing stress good-bye (yes, even in grad school)

When and Where: 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 13 at the grad center at 1600 E 1st St. (on the corder of 1st and Cherry), room 4. 

Cost: FREE!

No need to enroll, just stop by when the workshop begins.

Have questions? Call CAPS to speak with Leslie Ralph, Ph.D. at (520) 621-3334

Did you know that the Think Tank has a whole workshop series just for grad students? Visit the Think Tank grad student workshop page to find out more.

See the rest of the CAPS groups.