Online resources: video workshops
We have pre-recorded a collection of workshops, we hope you find them useful.
We would love to hear any feedback as well as suggestions for future topics. If you would like to be involved in developing or recording a future video, please contact us.
Feeling better about going back to school
A pre-recorded workshop for secondary school students on managing anxiety. Delivered by BICS practitioners, Katerina Stavraka and Maria Valdrighi.
Why do we feel anxious and why might lockdown have affected our wellbeing?
Learn some useful strategies and tips to cope with anxious feelings after lockdown, self-isolation, school holidays or in general.
The transition from primary to secondary school
Moving from primary to secondary school can sometimes feel very scary. You may not have the chance to celebrate or say goodbye to your friends and teachers during COVID-19
BICS practitioners, Miah Zubeda and Maria Valdrighi talk about managing change. Learn some useful strategies for coping with worries, uncertainty and the move to your new school.
Managing anxiety in Early Years
Do you have a child aged from 2 to 5 years old? Would you like to better understand their fears and worries?
This pre-recorded workshop will offer brief insight into the reasons we become anxious and the relationship between thoughts, emotions, physical symptoms and behaviour.
It outlines strategies you can use to support your child, such as building up brave behaviour, managing worries and problem solving.
Delivered by BICS practitioners, Ana Duarte and Ruth Cooper.
Sleep Tight: Video for parents of 5 to 10 year olds
A pre-recorded workshop for parents of 5 to 10 year olds to help you understand common childhood bedtime struggles and how sleep can be disrupted. Learn how to build a positive bedtime routine and encourage good sleep habits.
Delivered by BICS practitioners Sarah Konn and Ama Hagan.
Managing Exam Stress
Learn how to support yourself emotionally whilst preparing for, and sitting, your exams.
Delivered by BICS practitioners Maria Valdrighi and Hannah Riley.
We would love to hear any feedback as well as suggestions for future topics. If you would like to help develop or record a future video, we would love to hear from you too!