How do we relax after graduation?

Everyone talks about stress - we practice relaxation ...

Graduate psychologist Ingrid Heimbach conducts this relaxation group using the Jacobson method of progressive muscle relaxation. This procedure helps with exam anxiety and with coping with stress in everyday study life. The start is on Monday, May 14, 2012.

The procedure also makes a contribution to improving the physical and mental well-being in general. After a short time, with the help of the relaxation exercises, you can switch from tension to relaxation relatively quickly. The aim is to use psychological and physical resources in an "ecological" way by bringing them into harmony with one another.

The method, which is easy to learn, is a relaxation process in which a state of relaxation is brought about by consciously tensing and relaxing muscle groups.

The method is practiced in six sessions under professional guidance and thus instructed to carry out the relaxation process independently, i.e., an aid to self-help in everyday student life.

In the first group session, a short introduction to the method is given beforehand.

It starts on Monday, May 14, 2012, at 3 p.m. in room Z-008 (ZIMT recording room, behind the Robert Schumann-Platz bus stop).

Registration requested.