Workshop Dealing with perfectionism

What are we going to do?

Perfectionism isn’t all bad: it can bring you a lot. You produce high-quality work, you are kind and attentive to everyone, and you make (almost) no mistakes. Unfortunately, this also comes with a price tag. Trying to be perfect takes a lot of time and effort and can be exhausting at times.

Do you feel like you’re being driven by your perfectionism? Do you want this to change?

In this workshop we will use approaches from ‘Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)’. It will help you to live in a more relaxed way, with more space to focus on what truly matters to you.

By whom?

Trainers: Nynke Okma en Marte Otter.

For whom?

This training is intended for all students of the Graduate School of Life Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine, who want to learn how to deal with perfectionism differently.


Hijmans van den Bergh building, room 2.79.


Tuesday, May 21. Time: 5.30 - 9.00 P.M. (a break is included).




You can register for this workshop via this link.


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