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UNI 220 Group Presentation
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Resources! Ask for HELP!!! The Jane Solution Believe in yourself! ASU Tempe Campus Counseling Services ASU counseling centers offer therapy groups and psycho-educational workshops. Group therapy can be the treatment of choice for individuals who have concerns about interpersonal relationships, assertiveness, anxiety, depression, loneliness, shyness, and many other concerns.
In group, members can learn from others' experiences, receive and give feedback, practice skills, receive support, and learn that they are not alone in their concerns. Group Counseling https://students.asu.edu/node/1655
https://students.asu.edu/counselingtempe Links for more information Phone:
Student Services Building, Room 334
Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm Tempe Campus (Home) Initial appointments with a counselor at ASU CS are provided for FREE!
Additional assessments may have fees, but if it works for you, go for it!
Stability is priceless. How much does it cost? Schedule an initial appointment by calling or visiting any of the ASU counseling centers.
Appointments can be made the same day, or within 24 hours.
The counselor will listen to, and assess the student's needs. How do I make an appointment? In individual counseling, clients meet with a counselor to discuss concerns and learn coping strategies in a private, confidential setting.
The counselor will work with the student to set goals and develop methods to progress toward those goals. One-On-One Do you feel alone in your success, or fear of public speaking? Question #4 Are you afraid of public speaking? Question #3 About how many times have you spoken publicly in a formal setting? Question #2 Have you ever spoken publicly in a formal setting? Question #1 Survey Questions Public Speaking 5) Talk to someone who has done public speaking, see what they do when they get nervous or how they overcame their fear of it.
But make sure it’s someone you know and they know you, that way the advice is more personalized.
4) Laugh at yourself. This will help you relax and not take it so seriously. Even if the presentation is serious, if you are too serious, you will stiffen up. Loosen up and have fun with it, it will be a lot more enjoyable to watch and people will remember more of what you said
3) Practice by yourself, and to yourself. Even if that means just talking aloud in the shower, or talking to yourself in the mirror, you’ll get used to speaking and you’ll find your rhythm that way.
2) Have fun with it. Public speaking is a blast, everyone loves to watch someone talk, especially if they are interesting. If you have fun with your presentation, whether it be mixing up the powerpoint or engaging the audience, it will work a lot better.
1) Just “F(I’m not allowed to say this word in class)” do it! You will never know if you are good or not unless you have tried. Even if you have tried before and it didn’t go so well, that’s the best part, no audience is the same, one could feel off and one could make you feel great. You just have to do it. Top 5 Pieces of Advice 80% said YES
20% said NO Questions #3 Results I’ve never done it: 10%
I’ve done it once: 5%
Two to Five times: 50%
Six to Ten times: 15%
10+ times: 20% Question #2 Results 70% of students have
30% of students haven’t Question #1 Results 60% felt alone
Most of which were also afraid
40% didn’t feel alone
Most of which weren’t afraid Question #4 Results