Overcoming Procrastination: How to Get Started When You’re Stuck

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

10:00am - 11:30am

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Graduate students frequently identify procrastination--putting off something that is in our best interest to do-- as a concern. Often when we are stuck, we get into a cycle of conflicts between different parts of ourselves. In this workshop, presented by Dr. Noah Collins of the UMD Counseling Center, you’ll learn how to identify the patterns that result in procrastination and discover ways to get out of it. 

Noah M. Collins, Ph.D.

Presenter: Noah Collins, Ph.D., Counseling Center

Dr. Noah Collins is a senior staff psychologist and member of the primary training staff at the UMD Counseling Center, along with being Affiliate Faculty in the Counseling Psychology program. His areas of expertise include multicultural counseling, racial and cultural awareness and competence, supervision and training.

The Graduate School will offer the fourth annual Invest in Your Success, Summer Edition with a virtual twist.  Sessions focusing on staying motivated, setting goals, and making progress with writing and career plans will be offered virtually in sessions from 10-11:30am on May 26, 27, 28, 29.

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Contact Simone N. Warrick-Bell at slivings@umd.edu

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