The Center of Counseling and Psychological Support of Aristotle University, in collaboration with the Department of European Education Programmes invites you to a two hour workshop for students who wish to discuss and learn more about the acculturation (adjustment) process.
Living in another country for an extended period of time will give you an opportunity to develop an in-depth understanding of another culture, confront different customs and ways of thinking, and adapt to a new daily routine. While this experience is extremely exciting and rewarding, it can also be disorienting and challenging to be far away from your family, friends and cultural norms.
For most people, the study abroad experience consists of a series of emotional highs and lows, known as culture shock.
In this workshop, we will discuss the anticipated stages of adjustment to living in another country as well as various strategies which can be used to encourage the acculturation process, so you can fully enjoy your time at Aristotle University.
Presenter: Alta Panera, Psychologist – Psychotherapist. Center for Counseling and Psychological Support of Aristotle University
Date: Thursday March 19th, 11am-1pm
Location: To be announced by e-mail to participants enrolled.
Participation is free.
Enrollment is necessary at https://forms.gle/C1nUA3fYUY9Lcsy9A
Information: Center for Counseling and Psychological Support of Aristotle University., 2310 992621