The Center for Applied Psychology (CPA) has implemented its “Learn to Relax” activity, a weekly program offering relaxation sessions on Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. This activity is led by persons who strive to learn how to control anxiety and stress through the practice of different relaxation and self-control techniques. Each session is independent from the rest, so attending all or any of them is possible. For further information, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 96 665 8794.
The Center for Applied Psychology is a university research center that provides professional services and carries out training and research activities.
It also provides orientation and psychological assistance to university students and employees as well as other persons who request it.
Among the issues counseling is provided for include the following: problems of anxiety and stress, affective disorders, interpersonal difficulties, etc.
The CPA is organized around work areas that correspond to the main applications in psychology: clinical, health, educational, work, and organizational. Included in these lines are self-help workshops and courses the center offers throughout the year. These include self-esteem improvement, anxiety control, study techniques and skills, public speaking, etc.