Latest News

Thursday, March 30, 2017
The AnxietyBC YouTube Channel has over 50 videos on anxiety-related topics including social anxiety, selective mutism, and panic disorder.  Here are the most popular videos over the past couple months. Understanding and Managing Selective Mutism Struggling with Anxiety? Let's start being honest Helping Your Anxious Child: What it looks like and what parents can do Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Children and Teens Struggling with Anxiety? Try on a new perspective   Visit...
Read More
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Evidence-Based Interventions for Hoarding Disorder Workshop AnxietyBC is pleased to have Dr. Sheila Woody and Dr. Christiana Bratiotis present at the Evidence-Based Interventions for Hoarding Disorder Workshop in June. The workshop introduces participants to foundational knowledge of anxiety-based disorders and general experience with cognitive-behavioural interventions. The workshop is targeted toward mental health professionals who are dealing with clients who struggle with hoarding...
Read More
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Welcome to AnxietyBC’s STRIDES Spring Newsletter. For some of us, winter tends to be a tough time of the year, with the darker weather and shorter days, it’s common to feel a bit down or less energetic. For parents with anxious children, transitions, such as returning to school after Spring Break, can be difficult. AnxietyBC has resources on separation anxiety and strategies that you can use to help your child readjust to school after a break. This week, we also announced the launch...
Read More
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube. 
Read More
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Last month, AnxietyBC’s Executive Director, Judith Law and Chilliwack District Counsellor, Cathy Preibisch, were presenters at the BC Alternate Education Association Conference in Vancouver. In their workshop, titled: Anxiety Management, Judith and Cathy spoke about the collaboration between the organization and the school district and how they implemented AnxietyBC’s resources into a school setting, to help manage student anxiety. The pair also provided the participants with a demonstration of...
Read More
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Good News! We recently added new resources on our website specifically for Educators and School Counsellors who are looking for tools to help support socially anxious students. What does social anxiety look like? Socially anxious students feel “on stage” which can lead to self-consciousness, worry, and avoidance. What this looks like can vary depending on the student’s age. Younger students may experience stomach aches and refuse to participate in school or activities. As they get older, they...
Read More