The Anger Management Workbook for Teen Boys (eBook)
From male-anger expert Thomas J. Harbin, this comprehensive workbook provides teen boys with the skills they need to express a broader, healthier range of emotions. Readers will learn effective exercises rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help them recognize triggers, cope with angry feelings, and resolve issues while keeping anger in check.
CBT skills for coping with angry thoughts, expressing your emotions, and putting an end to angry outbursts—once and for all.Being a young man is tough, and you’re not always equipped to deal with the ongoing challenges of school, work, family, and relentless peer pressure. First of all, it’s not all your fault. Our society encourages boys to repress their emotions—both positive and negative. You may have been told to “suck it up,” or “just be a man.” But burying your emotions can make it extremely difficult to express yourself, be heard, and feel like your needs are being met. The result is a frustration that builds and boils over into anger. The good news is there’s an easy-to-learn method for managing your anger and expressing your emotions in a healthy way.Written by an expert in anger with decades of experience working with teens, this book provides you with the tools you need for effective anger management, as well as essential skills for getting in touch with and communicating your thoughts and feelings. You’ll learn to understand the emotions that trigger anger, build up your emotional vocabulary to better express your feelings, and focus on the positive. You’ll also discover anger-reduction techniques to stay cool when anger intensifies, so you put out the fire and get to a place of calm.This workbook is packed with tips and tricks to help you:•Replace unhelpful anger with clear communication•Break the habit of catastrophizing and personalizing•Reduce the overwhelming physiological response of anger•Channel the positive power of anger With the right tools, you can take charge of your anger—and your life. This workbook will show you how.In these increasingly challenging times, kids and teens need mental health resources more than ever. With more than 1.6 million copies sold worldwide, Instant Help Books are easy to use, proven-effective, and recommended by therapists.
Surviving the Emotional Roller Coaster (eBook)$19.55Select options
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.
Mindfulness for Student Athletes (eBook)$14.15Select options
Stay in the moment, stay in the game! The pressure to perform well—both on the field and in the classroom—can leave many teen athletes feeling completely stressed out. This unique workbook offers practical and tactical ways to help readers cope with anxiety in the moment, prevent stress in the future, improve athletic performance, and reignite their passion for the game.
Eating Mindfully for Teens (eBook)$13.55Select options
“Turn mindless eating habits into mindful eating habits.” That’s the message Susan Albers—author of Eating Mindfully and the New York Times bestseller Eat Q—offers teens in this important workbook. With this guide, teen readers will find clinically proven mindfulness-based activities to help them avoid overeating, make healthier food choices, and start feeling good about their bodies.
Relationship Skills 101 for Teens (eBook)$16.75Select options
In Relationship Skills 101 for Teens, best-selling author of Don’t Let Your Emotions Run Your Life for Teens, Sheri Van Dijk offers teens powerful tools to regulate their emotions and create better relationships—whether it’s with parents, friends and peers, or dates. Using skills based in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), teens will learn to take control of their emotions and reactions in order to respond effectively to peer pressure, bullying, and gossip, and navigate the myriad social issues that make these years so challenging.