Practicing Interpersonal Effectiveness with TAO

Practice, practice, practice: That’s what it takes to master your technical skills to improve personal and professional well-being.

If you’re a student looking for ways to increase your interpersonal effectiveness – maintaining or improving relationships while still getting what you want – the Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services (CSWCS) has ideas for you.

At the most recent Master Skills Workshop, students learned how mindful attention keeps relationships balanced through the reduction of stress. Whether you attended the workshop or not, you can still benefit from the CSWCS’s online resource called TAO (Therapy Assistance Online), says director Jennifer Dougall, Ph.D.

The online resource allows you to practice these specific skills when it’s convenient for you. The TAO Pathway that pairs up with the recent Master Skills Workshop is Interpersonal Relationships and Communication Program, Module Communication Styles, Sessions.

Check It Out!

Want to see what TAO is all about? Check out this 90-second self-help explainer video or view a sample TAO session.

To get started, go to the TAO web page.

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