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Boost your resilience and manage stress in the research environment

Tuesday 11 February 10:00 until 13:00
Arundel 1B
Speaker: Dr Sarah Robins-Hobden, CPsychol, FHEA
Part of the series: Research Staff Development Series


Boost your resilience and manage stress in the research environment


Tuesday 11th February, 10:00-13:00


Arundel 1B


Research staff and early career academic faculty.


Boosting your capacity for resilience and handling stress are skills you can expand at any stage, wherever your starting point is. These skills will support you when you are anticipating a stressful situation, preparing for an upcoming challenge, and recovering from difficulty.

This workshop will provide you with insights into how to boost your personal capacity for resilience, and introduce you to a variety of techniques to help you better identify, manage, and recover from stress. You will formulate personal action plans for both the short and long term, taking into account the nature of your specific research environment and need for balance in your life.

Engaging with this workshop will enable you to:

  • Identify the origins and outcomes of stress and resilience
  • Analyse your own responses to stressors and challenging situations
  • Practise and evaluate a range of stress management techniques
  • Create a personal action plan for handling adversity and boosting your capacity for resilience


This will be a 3-hour interactive workshop


Dr Sarah Robins-Hobden, CPsychol, FHEA

Booking Information

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By: Alexander Aghajanian
Last updated: Thursday, 2 January 2020