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Category: Emotions & Feelings

Emotions & Feelings

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  • What’s your procrastination type? That’s the question author Jennifer Shannon asks teens in this fun and illustrated book. Blending acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavioral strategies, A Teen’s Guide to Getting Things Done helps teens recognize and understand their procrastination habits, discover the strengths of their unique procrastination type—warrior, pleaser, perfectionist, or rebel—and find the motivation they need to meet important deadlines and reach their highest goals.

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  • You aren’t what you think! That’s the message in this powerful, evidence-based workbook for teens who struggle with negative thinking habits. In this practical guide, a licensed psychologist and a health journalist offer a transdiagnostic, cognitive behavioral approach to help readers break free from the nine most common negative thinking habits that make teens sad, worried, angry, and stressed.

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  • It’s okay for teens to feel angry once in a while—it’s how they react to anger that really matters. Rather than teaching teens to suppress their anger, this much-needed book offers a comprehensive mindfulness program to help young readers harness the power of anger in positive ways. Using the author’s innovative “Listen, Look, Leap” process, teens will learn to understand and channel anger into healthy expressions of creativity, advocacy, and empowerment.

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  • Based on the bestselling book Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life by acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) founder Steven Hayes, Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for Teens helps readers identify and act on their values, even when faced with difficult emotions and life events.

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  • Being a teen in today’s world is hard, and often teens struggle with feelings of anger toward themselves, their parents, and their friends. Using proven effective mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), Mindfulness for Teen Anger teaches teens the difference between healthy and unhealthy forms of anger. Inside, teens will learn to make better choices, stop overreacting, find emotional balance, and be more aware of their thoughts and feelings in the moment. By cultivating compassion and understanding for themselves and others, teens will be able to transform fear and anger into confidence and
    kindness.

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  • Procrastinating is a habit that, if left unchecked, can hinder a teen’s success and follow them well into adulthood. With this book, procrastination expert Bill Knaus offers teens an evidence-based, step-by-step guide to overcoming procrastination. With simple and fun exercises based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills, teens will learn to organize their schedule, manage homework, overcome negative self-talk, and improve their self-esteem.

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  • Sometimes everything sucks. For teens that struggle with negative thoughts and emotions, Stuff That Sucks offers a compassionate and validating guide to accepting emotions, rather than struggling against them. By helping teens identify their personal values and what really matters to them, this book will help them take steps towards living a more meaningful life.

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  • The teen years are like an emotional roller coaster, and teens must learn the skills needed to effectively handle their emotions in a positive, constructive way. This is easy-to-read guide is written directly for teens experiencing strong emotions, and offers them four core skills based in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) to help manage their emotional ups and downs. Using evidence-based techniques such as mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness, teens will be able to get off the emotional roller coaster for good.

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  • Taking risks and welcoming challenges are important for reaching success. Written by experts in growth mindset and neuroscience, this workbook teaches teens life-changing skills for coping with setbacks and emotional struggles—including sadness, worry, and interpersonal challenges.

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  • Between school, friends, dating, the latest drama on social media, and planning for the future—today’s teens are totally stressed out. Based on the self-help classic, The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, this evidence-based guide will help teen readers identify the underlying causes of their stress, anxiety, and worry. Teens will also learn to develop a game plan for reducing stress so they can focus on reaching their goals.

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  • Social media has dramatically changed how teens communicate—in both positive and negative ways. Unfortunately, for many teens, social media can become addictive, stressful, and even alienating. Written by a millennial psychologist and media expert, this unique and timely workbook offers practical, evidence-based skills to help teens reduce social media-driven stress and anxiety, balance screen time, deal with cyberbullies, and take control of their lives.

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  • Between school, friends, dating, and planning for the future, teens face more stress than any other age group. Written by a psychotherapist specializing in mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and featuring brand new exercises, The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens, Second Edition shows overwhelmed and stressed-out teen readers how mindfulness skills can help them relax, prioritize, and keep calm during stressful times.

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  • Between school pressures, friends, dating, social media, and planning for the future—is it any wonder today’s teens are stressed out? In The Stress Survival Guide for Teens, clinical psychologist Jeffrey Bernstein offers practical and easy-to-learn tips based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and positive psychology to show teens how to keep stress and worry from taking over their life so they can overcome setbacks and set themselves up for success.

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  • In Transforming Stress for Teens, leaders from the world-renowned Institute of HeartMath and Clemson University’s Youth Learning Institute team up to teach overwhelmed and stressed-out teen readers how to use HeartMath skills. Finally available in a book just for teens, these proven-effective tools and techniques will help readers manage daily stress and anxiety and develop resilience by managing emotion—the HeartMath way.

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  • Teen brains are primed to learn and grow. In Your Amazing Teen Brain, teen readers will find fun and easy “brain hacks” grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and neuroscience to help them make the most of their growing minds, manage difficult emotions, build better relationships, and face all the challenges of growing up.

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