Course: Do What Matters

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Learn life-changing skills!

Are you having a hard time dealing with your thoughts and emotions? Do you sometimes feel stuck? Trouble concentrating on your studies and maintaining healthy relationships? Then this course might be something for you! As a participant in this course you will be provided with a variety of practical tools and strategies. You will learn skills that will help you pivot towards a more rich and meaningful life!

Learn to:

  • cultivate meaningful relationships
  • manage difficult thoughts and emotions such as anxiety and low mood more efficiently
  • set realistic goals in different life areas based on your values
  • concentrate more efficiently on your studies
  • be more present in the moment
  • flexibly relate to what shows up in you and do more of what is really important to you

The theortical frame work for this course is ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).

Starts on February 27th, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The course will run for six Tuesday afternoons:
February 27th, March 5th, March 12th, March19th, March 26th and 2nd of April 2024.

Location: in House K.

Counsellor/CBT-therapist: Victoria Wendel

The group will consist of maximum 8 participants.

If you are interested to know more about this course or would like to apply, send an e-mail to

Last application date is February 25th 2024.

Comments from former participants:

"It is an amazing course, you learn so many great techniques to help you deal with and better manage life and stress which life can give you."

"I would strongly advice all students to join this course."

"Working in a group on your struggles is even more helpful than working individually with a therapist."

“Fun and intense. Challenging as well as motivating.”

“I will continue to apply the exercises we did.”

"If you are struggling and are willing to take the next step, share your thoughts and emotion and step out of your comfort zone, this course is very eye-opening and you will also meet some amazing people along the way."