The pandemic is changing the habits of university staff. We are not all equal in the face of its potential psychic impact.  At the initiative of the ULiège authorities, the "Let's keep in touch" campaign offers free support schemes to reconnect and regain well-being.

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Interpersonal training courses offered by ARH

Every year, the Human Resources Administration offers training courses for staff in order to strengthen team spirit and facilitate exchanges. It is still possible to register for distance learning courses organised in Q2.

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Webinar "Raising awareness of team leaders to the challenges of teleworking".

A webinar entitled "Raising Team Leaders' Awareness of Telework Issues" is organized on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.

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Resources to improve your well-being at work

The Coronavirus epidemic has taken us on an emotional rollercoaster ride. How do you deal with the ups and downs? What resources exist to feel good at work?

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MOOC: "Acting for your health".

Online Courses

Developed by the Faculty of Psychology, Speech and Language therapy and Education, the MOOC "Acting for one's health" aims to give the keys to stay healthy and act to enjoy a quality life for longer (only in French).

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Support structures for difficulties linked to the health crisis

Do not hesitate to call on the support structures in place at the University of Liège if you are experiencing difficulties. These interviews are strictly confidential.

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Group hypnosis sessions

1 information session and 2 group exercises of 30-minute

Following an introduction to hypnosis methods, it will be possible to register for two exercise sessions on the themes: "haven of peace" and "learning to dream" (only in french).

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Support groups led by a CPLU psychologist

4 remote sessions to take stock and reduce stress

The groups, made up of a maximum of 8 people, will meet to discuss the issues encountered in working with the pandemic and containment (only in French).

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