Watch videos from the CASS team, and around the internet, to help you manage your emotional wellbeing.

Look after your mental health with the 5 Ways to Wellbeing

The 5 Ways to Wellbeing are an easy way to take care of your mental health and wellbeing every day. Making some small changes to your day to day life can really help you feel more positive and able to cope with whatever life throws at you! You can get hold of the Wellbeing Passport…

Finding Balance – WMHD2021

Restore your balance with our short, mindfulness practice.

Stories From the City

Take a look at our collection of videos and podcasts on just some of the work CASS have done with organisations around the city!

It’s tough being a man

BBC Film about why it’s tough to be a man in Britain today. Men face huge pressure to be ‘strong and silent’ – in this film, 13 men break that silence.

Somali: Common concerns about mental health

A short film for Somali speakers (with English subtitles), made by Maslaha.

Bengali/Sylheti: Common concerns about mental health

A short film for Bengali/Sylheti speakers (with English subtitles), made by Maslaha.

Coronvirus Information in Community Languages

Videos on Protecting Yourself, and Looking After Your Mental Health, each in key Community Languages. Produced as a joint project between CASS and Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group. Videos are in Kurdish, Bengali, Mandarin, Cantonese, Arabic, Pashto, Urdu, Turkish, Punjabi, Somali, Farsi and English. Use the skip ahead button to move…

Talking about depression – Menisha and her mum

A short film from Time to Change

The problem with the strong Black woman stereotype

Click here for a BBC film exploring why Black British women are more likely to experience anxiety, depression, panic, and obsessive compulsive disorders than white women

Mindfulness Network for People of Colour

A series of videos from MNPC who work to ensure mindfulness resources are accessible to diverse communities. Including videos on Mindfulness and Racial Bias, Mindfulness for Working Against Racism and Mindfulness and Trauma, below.