The Socially Confident Teen (eBook)
Life as a teen can be a struggle. The hardships of juggling school, friends, family, and social media—not to mention raging hormones—can limit self-confidence and the ability to build healthy relationships. Based on new research showing that attachment-based therapy improves social skills for teens, this workbook offers teens the tools they need to master social success, boost self-confidence, build emotional security, and connect to others.
Engaging and simple attachment-based tools for improving social success, boosting self-confidence, feeling more secure, and connecting genuinely with others.Being a teen can feel like a full-time job. If it’s not the pressure to get good grades or get along with your parents, there’s always the anxiety of asking someone out on a date, or the agony of waiting for that first ‘Like’ on your latest post. It’s also a time for big change; in addition to fluctuating hormones and changes in your body, you’re probably noticing a transformation in the way you view the world and exactly where you fit in. What you need are evidence-based tools for navigating your rapidly changing life, and building strong social bonds to support you on your journey.Written by an expert in attachment theory, The Socially Confident Teen is your essential how-to guide for developing a complete set of social skills. You’ll learn how to identify and cultivate healthy connections, and how to repair them when they’re damaged. You’ll find strategies for applying your newfound skills in any setting—from peers to parents. And finally, you’ll discover how to grow and maintain your social network, and ensure healthy support for yourself as you grow into an independent adult.If you’re ready to start being socially confident and successful, the must-have skills in this guide can help you survive and thrive as a teen.This workbook can help you:•Choose positive peer relationships•Maintain a good relationship with your parents•Build healthy relationships now and into adulthood•Learn effective communication skills 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.