Procrastination is irrational and existential at its core. The ambiguous nature of self-awareness makes us feel rotten and glad at the same time while putting things off for a moment. It is a coping mechanism to resist the challenging emotions caused by the sight of certain tasks. That’s why procrastination is never an issue of time management but emotion regulation. It becomes a habit and not a once-in-a-blue-moon phenomenon.
The Department of Student Affairs is coming up with a talk on Today is the new Tomorrow – Beat procrastination, which will be handled by Student Counsellor Ms Sridevi Srinath. It’s time to break the ties between procrastination and productivity. It has nothing to do with the effectiveness of productive effort but with managing emotions. This session will help you break the procrastination cycle and develop an action plan that works for you.
Date: July 07, 2022
Time: 4 pm to 5 pm
About the speaker
Ms Sridevi Srinath has been in the field of counselling for over eight years. She holds an MSc in Counselling Psychology from Madras School of Social Work and an MPhil in Psychology from the University of Madras. Working in a school previously, she has over five years of experience in impacting the lives of children and adults across issues such as anxiety, stress, behavioural changes, soft and life skills, and career guidance, to name a few. She also has certification from UCLA Extension in Career Guidance and Counselling.
Come, and join the session!
Let tomorrow be a fallacy; start getting your stuff done today