An image of words related to procrastination, including now, not yet, never, another day, laterWhen we feel down, under pressure, or anxious about getting things done, we often turn to procrastination as a short-term way of managing our problems, often causing more emotional distress in the long term as things stack up or don’t get done.

Did you know that Togetherall offers self-guided and evidence-based courses? They’re designed to help you manage a variety of mental health difficulties and improve your health and well-being at a pace that suits you.

The Stop Procrastinating course encourages you to take part in self-reflective exercises to find out the underlying reason as to why you procrastinate. Students learn lifestyle tips, time management/organization skills, and other techniques based on cognitive behavioral therapy to reduce procrastination and become more productive.

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