We ran a series of 60 minute webinars with Sleep Well Oxford on how to get the most from night-time rest.

The webinars looked at:

  • how sleep works
  • why it's important
  • exploring the natural biological rhythms and helpful thinking styles that influence and support rest and sleep.

During the sessions, staff learnt key day-time and night-time behaviours and tools that can improve your sleep with the guidance and support of a clinical expert and committed therapist using the Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia technique. 

Watch the Sleep Well webinar recording:

  • Overcoming insomnia and sleep problems: A self-help guide using cognitive-behavioural techniques. (2nd Ed.) Espie, C. A. (2021)
  • Sleeping through the night: How infants, toddlers, and their parents can get a good night’s sleep.  Mindell, J. (2005)
  • Take charge of your child’s sleep: The all-in-one resource for solving sleep problems in kids and teens. Owens, J., & Mindell, J. 
  • Solving sleep problems in children with autism spectrum disorders: A guide for frazzled families.  Katz, T., & Malow, B. (2014).

Find further information around managing your sleep, we have listed a variety of tips and self-help resources that you are able to engage with personally or signpost colleagues to who may need this support.