Thinking resiliently as a researcher
This workshop is part of the Resilient Researcher program which is designed to support HDR candidates and ECR's throughout their research by building and maintaining psychological wellbeing, enhancing communication and relationship skills and developing career confidence. It is also part of the Science, Health and Medicine Career Development Framework program and can be counted as a valid activity.
This Webinar supports you in:
➢ Recognising and modifying unhelpful thinking patterns
➢ Understanding strengths
➢ Building habits of positive thinking
This Webinar is hosted by Dr Shari Walsh. Shari is an experienced psychologist and career development practitioner who utilises an holistic approach when working with clients. Shari is highly skilled in individual counselling, couples counselling, group workshops and seminars, and project work. Shari has a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and a PhD in Psychology from the Queensland University of Technology. She has worked as a psychology teacher, tutor, researcher, mentor, counsellor and career development practitioner.
These webinars are presenting via Zoom and scheduled Australian Eastern Standard Time. Current Offset: UTC/GMT +10 hours.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is Video Conferencing software. All ANU staff and students have access to Zoom through the ANU Corporate License. To create your ANU account, go here (https://anu.zoom.us/signin), and sign in using your ANU UID and password. You will be taken to your web portal Zoom profile. You will need to download the Zoom application by selecting Download from the ANU web portal. If you want to learn more about Zoom, check out these How to Zoom videos.
If you're eager to participate from another institution, you are more than welcome. Find out if your local area has a Zoom account, or create your own and join us.