Lectures Wellbeing VUB staff

Lectures Wellbeing VUB staff

Don't get overwhelmed and boost your mental well-being at work! 

An offer for VUB & UZ Brussels staff

Corona put everyone's resilience to the test. After the somatic waves of illness, a wave of mental complaints is now also being measured. In adults, feelings of depression, anxiety and sleeping problems rose. 

The VUB does not want to lose these signals. VUB Welfare Partners M&O, COCO & BRUCC are therefore joining forces and devised an offer that can provide a preventive answer to frequently asked questions from VUB staff. Don't get overwhelmed and boost your mental wellbeing! 

Browse through the themes and, during your lunch break, come and listen to a short lecture prepared by professionals and offered to you free of charge from M&O, COCO & BRUCC. 

Free for VUB & UZ Brussels staff, as a doctoral student or post-doc you are also welcome! 
Lectures are given in Dutch
Always from 11:30 am till 1:00 pm 
On location at VUB Elsene or virtual streaming

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Registration via the VUB LRN catalogue 

6.12.22 - Perfectionism, how (not) to be perfect?

Marjolijn Van Den Berg & Kim Adant, psychologists Wellbeing VUB staff, BRUCC 

Perfectionism, a beautiful quality that can quickly become a pitfall. In this lecture we will explain what it means exactly, how you can recognize it, what a healthy way is to deal with it and how you can apply that information about perfectionism in the workplace. We like to keep it interactive and certainly give the opportunity to ask questions.

This lecture will take place at the VUB campus Etterbeek. If preferred, you can also follow live via streaming. The video of this lecture will be made available later via the VUB LRN platform.

Language: Dutch

28.2.23 - (Com)passion @ work

Sara Dury & Sara De Gieter COCO

1. Vision for Compassion & Compassionate Communities
2. How to develop this in the workplace and integrate it within a professional team
3. Example: Place of Comfort
4. Time for questions

14.3.23 - Coping with worrying: an active approach

Kim Adant, clinical psychologist Welbeing VUB staff & Lili Meijer clinical psychologist i.t., BRUCC 

Worrying is a habit we are all guilty of. Often, we are also convinced that worrying brings us closer to solving our problems. Yet we often find that brooding is also difficult, especially when we want to de-connect from work or try to catch sleep at night. Sometimes these thoughts are also accompanied by anxious or depressed feelings. So why is it that we do this so often? What exactly can we mean by 'worrying'? And can we get rid of this habit? 


In this lecture on worrying, we will not only focus on answering the above questions, but we will also provide some concrete tools to deal with worrying in everyday life'.

Language: Dutch

25.4.23 - The role of digital technology in parenting (and parenting stress)

Lecture Prof. Dr. Martijn Van Heel 
Assistant professor VUB

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