As Fall/Winter semester is slowly coming to an end, final exams are approaching and some of us feel particularly vulnerable to stress, anxiety, sometimes home sick. That’s why, in order to help you cope with end-of-term stress, we are inviting you to take part in a free online workshop:
How to deal with stress away from home?
Stress is the result of being under a pressure that exceeds your ability to cope. This workshop looks at sources of stress and the behavioral and health indicators. We will all suffer with stress at some point in our lives, this workshop offers advice on dealing with stress and explores ways in which you can reduce your stress levels.
Invited trainer: Mrs. Anna Ochmańska from International Organization for Migration (IOM) Warsaw, Poland
Date: Wednesday, January 19th
Start: 9:00 am
Duration: 45 minutes plus Q&A session
Language of the training: English
Link to join will be sent to registered participants 1 day before the event.
Mrs. Anna Ochmańska is psychologist and psychotherapist. She has been working for International Organization for Migration (IOM) for 15 years, delivering workshops for migrants and the host society. She is also engaged in implementation of migrants’ integration activities.
International Organization for Migration (IOM) established in 1951 is the UN Migration Agency bringing together 173 Member States. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all.
IOM has been operating in Poland since 2002 by implementing a number of systemic actions and practical solutions for such migration management to benefit both migrants and host societies and thus contribute to socio-economic development. The planning and implementation of the activities is based on the long-standing and rich expertise of IOM developed at both national and international level.
During the training interactive methods are used to involve participants and to make the learning process more effective. The training program is based on wide and international IOM expertise.
Trainings are part of the project “ACTIVATOR WLKPL – Supporting migrant integration in Wielkopolska region” co-financed by the Asylum, Migration, and Integration Fund and City of Poznan.