Perfectionism Workshop Series

Many students are told that perfectionism is a good thing and necessary for success. However, recent studies have shown that perfectionistic attitudes actually 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 who have more realistic strivings. To assist students develop awareness for when the desire to be perfect may actually be more harmful than positive and build strategies for challenging perfectionistic thoughts and behaviors, the Counseling Center is now offering a series on perfectionism.

For Fall 2018, the Perfectionism series will be offered on Friday, November 16, November 30, and December 7 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. We encourage you to attend as many sessions as your schedule allows. Please fill out this form to register. Be sure to register soon--these workshops have a limited number of seats available.

For more information about the Perfectionism workshop, please contact Dr. Jiyun Kang or Dr. Patricia Ricketts