Read an article from our student Laura Hamill about volunteering at an animal shelter and the healing power of animals.
Read the interview with Alexandr Kasal, a graduate of ISS FSV UK and researcher at the National Institute of Mental Health.
Last week, from 12 to 16 June 2023, the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted the international Erasmus staff week, during which representatives of our foreign partners participated in various lectures and workshops. The key topic was the development of services supporting the mental health and well-being of students and employees at universities.
The dreaded time of the year, the exam season, is just around the corner. It is not uncommon for students to feel the burden of having all their knowledge from the previous months put to a test. To make the most of all the effort and time put towards studying it is vital to be in charge of one’s stress levels. Feeling confident and calm allows you to give your best performance and the exams to be a real reflection of the skills you have gained.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed? Are you not sure how to deal with stressful situations or feeling lonely? If so this special episode of the De Facto podcast with psychologist Anna Marie Pospíšilová is just for you. The episode was aired in Czech and we bring you the translation here.