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Managing Stress

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 108
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Pocket Study Skills

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07 February 2018

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25 January 2018

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This friendly and concise guide will help students to understand what stress is, why they experience it and how they can manage it. Based on up-to-date research, the book teaches students how to identify their stress and...

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This friendly and concise guide will help students to understand what stress is, why they experience it and how they can manage it. Based on up-to-date research, the book teaches students how to identify their stress and anxiety triggers, and how to recognise the difference between healthy and unhealthy stress. It equips students with coping strategies to help them manage the ups and downs of university life, and provides guidance on the sources of help and support available to students.

This is a must-have resource for any student who would like to manage their studies more effectively and deal with challenges in a more resourceful way.

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  • Shows students how to plan their time effectively to prevent stress from becoming overwhelming
  • Provides guidance on overcoming procrastination, concentrating effectively, coping with a period of transition and avoiding perfectionism
  • Contains simple strategies and top tips that have been proven to improve both wellbeing and study productivity

PART I: Are You Stressed?
PART II: Stress Triggers at University
PART III: Stress and Emotion
PART IV: Live Well, Study Well
PART V: Study Smart.

For those struggling to cope with academic pressures, I highly recommend this book. It's clearly written and based on good evidence. I work as a clinical psychologist in the NHS and have already recommended it to some of my younger clients starting university. Unlike many CBT self-help guides, this book also introduces the reader to compassionate-focused and mindfulness skills, increasingly recognised as important aspects of any therapy. (Amazon customer)
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Kate Joseph is a Clinical Psychologist at University College London’s Student Psychological Service.

Chris Irons is a Clinical Psychologist and Visiting Research Fellow in Clinical Psychology at University of Derby.

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Kate Joseph is a Clinical Psychologist at University College London’s Student Psychological Service.

Chris Irons is a Clinical Psychologist and Visiting Research Fellow in Clinical Psychology at University of Derby.

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