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Anxiety in the Digital Age

Hey there! Let me begin with a simple question. How many times a day do you check your phone? 10? 20? On an average, a smartphone user checks his phone a whopping 85 times a day. Shocking right? We have all become slaves of technology, and I am sure you will agree with me. While […]


You may or may not know No Panic does workshops for schools, workplaces and other organisations. We have a fairly set workshop now; which we did a YouTube video of a shortened version. You can see the YouTube video in our videos sections or on the sidebar widgets. These workshops generally last about an hour. […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective disorder is also know as ‘winter depression’ is a seasonal depressive disorder. The symptoms often begin in the autumn as the days start getting shorter. They’re typically most severe during December, January and February. SAD often improves and disappears in the spring and summer, although it may return each autumn and winter in […]

Telford Jobcentre

No Panic have recently been working with Telford Jobcentre Plus on providing anxiety workshops to their clients. we’ve been teaching about anxiety neuroses including anxiety, panic, phobias and OCD. We also teach about breathing, muscle relaxation, handling feelings and the basics of CBT. We also take some time to listen to Mark’s story of going […]

Meole Brace School

No Panic is working with the Student Support Team at Meole Brace School Science College in Shrewsbury to educate the students at Meole Brace School about anxiety and how to cope with it. So far we’ve had two great sessions with groups of year 11s and year 9s. We’ve been working on what is anxiety?, […]

A Little Moment by Elaine

I had a “little” moment, it went on for far too long I struggled to make sense of it, all reasoning seemed wrong It seemed whichever way I turned, it was the wrong direction Though now I’ve come to realise, I needed self reflection I am not all to everyone, I cannot fix what’s wrong […]