Many students are told that perfectionism is a good thing and necessary for success. However, studies show that perfectionistic attitudes can interfere with success. The desire to be perfect can both rob you of a sense of personal satisfaction and cause you to fail to achieve as much as people with more realistic expectations. This 3-part series helps students realize when perfectionism is more harmful than good and develop more realistic expectations.
For Fall 2021, this three-part workshop will be offered in-person on Monday, October 25, November 1, and November 8 from 3:30 to 4:50 p.m. in Lincoln Hall Room 1064. To register, please complete this form and submit. You will receive an email confirmation.
For more information on this series, please contact Dr. Kathy Wierzchowski.
You may also find the Counseling Center's perfectionism brochure helpful.