The Resilience Workbook for Teens (eBook)
The teen years are a critical time for learning healthy coping strategies. In The Resilience Workbook for Teens, author, psychotherapist, and youth mentor Cheryl M. Bradshaw teaches young readers that the key to building resilience—the cornerstone of mental health and wellness—lies in their relationship with themselves. Through activities and interactive exercises, teens are invited to rewrite the negative stories they tell themselves, embrace who they are, and believe in their own power to bounce back from life’s biggest challenges.
It’s time to realize your full potential! In The Resilience Workbook for Teens, you’ll learn to bounce back from setbacks, develop grit and a growth mindset, and overcome any obstacle that comes your way. Social media, online ads, and glossy magazines make it look easy to be a teen—everyone seems to be laughing, sun-kissed, beautiful, surrounded by friends, and wearing the perfect clothes. But if you’re like most teens and young adults, reality doesn’t look like a magazine ad, lifestyle blog, or Instagram feed. You may struggle with not fitting in or being bullied. You may feel overwhelmed by stress, experience a significant setback, or lose a parent or loved one. That’s why it’s so important to build resilience—the cornerstone of mental health and wellness. This workbook will show you how.In The Resilience Workbook for Teens, author, psychotherapist, and youth mentor Cheryl M. Bradshaw will show you that the key to building resilience lies in your relationship with yourself. Through activities and interactive exercises, you’ll learn to balance your emotions, rewrite the negative stories you tell yourself, embrace who you are, and believe in your own power to bounce back from life’s biggest challenges.The teen years are a critical time to learn the skills of resilience and to develop positive strategies for coping with stress and mental health challenges. Let this fun and friendly workbook guide you as you build your own resilience. It’s a gift you’ll take with you, beyond high school and well into adulthood.
Grieving for the Sibling You Lost (eBook)$18.35Select options
When teens lose a sibling, it is devastating. They lose a lifetime playmate, confidant, role model, and friend. Now, for the first time, a psychotherapist specializing in teen and adolescent bereavement offers an essential guide for teens who have lost a sibling. In the book, teens will learn how to process difficult feelings by finding their unique coping style, deal with overwhelming emotions, and find constructive ways to cope with this profound loss so they can moveforward in a meaningful and healthy way.
The PTSD Survival Guide for Teens (eBook)$15.15Select options
Teens who’ve experienced trauma or suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) often struggle to gain the confidence and resilience needed to move forward after their difficult experience. In The PTSD Survival Guide for Teens, trauma specialist Sheela Raja—along with her teen daughter Jaya Ashrafi—offers accessible skills based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help teens tackle anxiety and avoidance, manage negative emotions, cope with flashbacks and nightmares, and develop trusting, healthy relationships.
The Teen Girl’s Survival Guide (eBook)$14.15Select options
Teen girls feel intense pressure to fit in and make friends. In this important guide, therapist and teen expert Lucie Hemmen offers ten tips to solve one of the biggest worries teen girls struggle with: social success. In the book, teen readers will find real strategies for growing a strong sense of self-knowledge and self-appreciation—two key building blocks for succeeding in the social world, and beyond.
Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for Teens (eBook)$14.15Select options
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.