Do you find yourself waiting until the last minute to get papers in or pay bills? Do you find it difficult to get projects started? Are you feeling constantly overwhelmed or in a panic to meet deadlines? Do you often feel disorganized? Does getting it perfect get in the way of getting it done? If so, start the semester with new strategies to avoid falling behind and begin getting ahead.
Come learn how to overcome procrastination and deal with ADHD!
Saturdays, February 9 and 16
3:00 - 4:30 PM
Gambrell Room, Scheide Hall
Dr. Ralph Piper, Ph.D. will lead two practical sessions on overcoming procrastination and coping with ADHD. Participants will examine why and how they procrastinate, and learn ways to get started, reduce negative self-talk, and stay focused. Dr. Piper has helped many seminarians and doctoral students over the years and his seminars last year and last semester have been very much appreciated.
From a student's email to Dr. Piper:
"Thank you so much for two wonderful weeks discussing procrastination: what an eye-opening time it has been. I have so appreciated your warm, professional presence, and the level of honesty and clarity with which you have worked with us. Your information and recommendations have already proved to be valuable!"
Please stop by the Chapel Office to register. There is a $10 fee for the 2 sessions in November which can be billed to your student account (and financial aid is available). Please let us know you are interested even if this time does not work for you. If you have any questions, please call the Office of Student Counseling, 609-497-7844, or contact Nancy.