Do you ever feel so rushed that you can’t stop to think? Do you spend most of your time either worrying or procrastinating (or maybe both)? Can you forgive yourself for being imperfect?

Dr Tatiana Vincent (CPsychol) will give a talk on these and other issues that may be familiar to you:
— How to stop worrying and take back control of your mind
— How to successfully adapt to the needs of your new life whilst maintaining a sense of your true inner self
— How to juggle between the demands for academic and emotional intelligence
— How to synchronise your daily patterns in such a way as to maximise your potential

Tatiana is the author of the doctoral thesis entitled: “Acculturation of Russian-speaking female immigrants to the UK”. She conducts a well established private psychological practice in Central London. Both of her daughters are graduates of University of Cambridge.

Therefore, Tatiana may be the right person to address any of your concerns in this environment. You can also email any specific questions in either English or Russian to her personal account prior to the talk.

The event will take place on the 11th of November in the Nihon room, Pembroke College at 18:15. Entrance is free.

We are also planning an informal dinner afterwards on a first come first served basis.