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Support & Wellness

PCU treats students' health and wellbeing as a high priority and are delighted to offer a programme of activities that enrich the body, mind and soul, along with individual support and advice.

Yoga

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Students are welcome to join weekly yoga sessions with a qualified instructor. We are open to all levels of ability, including beginners. You don't require anything except a yoga mat, comfortable clothes and a bit of curiosity. If interested, please join the Facebook group Czech Out Yoga for updates and announcements.

Meditation

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In the West, meditation has moved from the fringe into a mainstream activity with Universities around the world recommending its practice. We offer weekly sessions with a qualified meditation instructor to help reduce stress, improve concentration and for student’s to experience an overall sense of wellbeing. To join a Meditation class please register here.

Health

Student Services can provide information to students on healthcare within the city. We help students find dental, medical, and psychological support when needed.

Psychological Counselling

PCU offers students psychological counselling free of charge. It is provided by City Practice, an independent multi-lingual counselling centre. City Practice is a recognized service provider for global health insurance organizations.

City Practice provides holistic mental health support for those students who may feel they require it in order to achieve their academic and personal goals. The service is confidential with all enquiries and client communication treated in absolute confidence. No personal information is ever disclosed to others without consent unless City Practice is required to do so by law.

Examples of commonly discussed issues are:

  1. academic and college life: exam stress, presentation anxiety, study skills, adjustment to college life, culture shock, time/stress management
  2. (mental) health issues - depression, anxiety, eating disorders, sleeping problems, drug/alcohol problems, dealing with chronic illness
  3. inter-personal or partnership difficulties
  4. other – grief, loneliness, low self-esteem, discrimination, traumatic experience

Free sessions are limited to 4 sessions per student, per semester. If more are needed, additional sessions can be offered based on capacity.

Email: counselingservice@city-practice.com
Telephone: (+420) 733 193 945
Web: www.city-practice.com