Do you need support in everyday university life?
Our student assistants Julia Schorn, Julia Meier and Timo Foerster look after students with disabilities and chronic illnesses. Come to us at the counseling center or send us an inquiry directly via email: email@example.com
Self-help group: Depression and anxiety
When motivation problems go beyond studying, worries and fears take over everyday life and the tally sheet of “bad” days gets longer, then it is time to get support. In addition to the professional contact points, it is good to have a confidential exchange with students who have had very similar experiences. In this self-organized offer you will find relief by talking to other affected people and you are an enrichment for the group because you know a lot and can share your experiences with others. Location: Seminar room IV of the Central Student Advisory Service, Templergraben 83, 3rd floor appointment: Continuous offer every Wednesday from 18:00 to 20:00 Registration: via short telephone call
Self help group: Studying with ASS
Initiated by VORSCHUB, the representative of students with disabilities and chronic diseases of the RWTH, the open self-help group on the topic of autism spectrum disorder takes place every two weeks. The group is accompanied by Christoph Siebenhaar, member of the Association for Physically and Multiple Disabled Persons, who is a specialist in the field of autism and supports the students with his theoretical and practical experience. The group serves for confidential exchange, to listen and to be heard, for mutual counselling and the realization “Others know this too …”. Location: Seminar room IV of the Central Student Advisory Service, Templergraben 83, 3rd floor Appointment: Continuous offer Mondays in two-week rhythm 18:00 to 20:00 Registration: no registration