Helping Penguins To Swim. Case Studies For Building Resilience For Good Mental Health Among Students

KARISA KRČMÁŘ (editor)

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Subject: Good Mental Health Among Students In Higher Education

Print: English

ISBN: 978-1-909876-13-2

Pages: 162

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Book Description

The projects and case studies outlined in the chapters help all students, but particularly those who may be struggling to get to grips with their lives as students.

Detailed Description

When students first arrive at university they huddle together looking vaguely out of place, uncomfortable and ungainly. They make a lot of noise but don’t appear to be doing very much. Then some will say: “I’m a penguin. There’s the water. I’m off”. They dive in and swim around confidently having a great time. Others will say: “I’m a penguin. I’m looking for the water.” We point them in the right direction. They dive in and swim around confidently having a great time. Then there are those who say: “I’m a penguin. I don’t know what to do or where to go.” Some don’t even know that they are penguins. It’s these last 2 groups that are the focus of this book. The projects outlined in the chapters help all students, but particularly those who may be struggling to get to grips with their lives as students. Ultimately, the goal is to see the student dive in and join their colleagues in the water swimming around confidently having a great time. Once they’re in their element, they swim and dive with grace and elegance and it’s fantastic to watch. These projects are here to help penguins to swim.

About the Author

Karisa Krčmář is now retired but was manager of the Study Support Service of Loughborough University and is co-author (with Tina Horsman) of Mindfulness for Study: from procrastination to action.

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