The Panic Workbook for Teens (eBook)
Panic attacks can make teens feel like they’ve lost control, leading to more anxiety, stress, fear, and depression. In this workbook, three anxiety specialists teach teens how to identify anxiety-causing thoughts and behaviors, mindfully observe their panic attacks instead of struggling against them, and experience sensations associated with panic until they learn these sensations may be uncomfortable—but not dangerous. By learning how to observe their panic attacks, teens will gain a sense of control and learn to work through even the toughest moments of extreme anxiety.
Panic attacks are scary, and can make you feel like you’ve lost control—leading to more anxiety, stress, fear, and even depression. This easy-to-use workbook provides step-by-step instructions to help you identify anxiety-inducing thoughts, mindfully observe them, and stop the cycle of panic, once and for all.If you’re like many other teens with a panic disorder, you may sometimes feel like walls are closing in on you, or that something dreadful is about to happen. The most frustrating thing about panic attacks is that they can happen anytime, anywhere—sometimes when you least expect them—and you may go through your day fearing another attack. So, how can you start managing your panic before it gets in the way of school, friends, and your life?In The Panic Workbook for Teens, three anxiety specialists will show you how to identify anxiety-causing thoughts and behaviors, mindfully observe your panic attacks instead of struggling against them, and experience sensations associated with panic until you discover that these sensations may be uncomfortable—but not dangerous.No matter what situation you find yourself in, by learning how to objectively monitor your panic attacks, you’ll gain a sense of control and learn to work through even the toughest moments of extreme anxiety—whether you’re taking a test, on a first date, or at a job interview.
The Body Image Workbook for Teens (eBook)$14.15Select options
The media is saturated with images of thin, beautiful women, and exposure to these images has given rise to a new generation of girls who feel an intense pressure to be “perfect.” The Body Image Workbook for Teens offers teen girls practical exercises and tips that address the most common factors that contribute to a negative body image, including: comparison, negative self-talk, unrealistic media images, societal and family pressures, perfectionism, and the fear of disappointing others.
The PTSD Workbook for Teens (eBook)$15.15Select options
In The PTSD Workbook for Teens, a trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) specialist offers worksheets and exercises to help teens recover from traumatic events and symptoms of PTSD, such as insomnia, flashbacks, hypervigilance, and depression. This workbook is based in evidence-based treatments for PTSD, including trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).
The Sexual Trauma Workbook for Teen Girls (eBook)$15.15Select options
One in three teen girls will experience sexual abuse before they turn eighteen, and this trauma can leave them feeling confused, angry, ashamed, and unable to move forward emotionally. In this important, much-needed workbook, a counselor and trauma specialist offers young women inspirational real-life stories from survivors and powerful, evidence-based tools to help them heal and reclaim their lives after experiencing sexual abuse or trauma.
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.