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Feeling Better: CBT Workbook for Teens: Essential Skills and Activities to Help You Manage Moods, Boost Self-Esteem, and Conquer Anxiety
Hutt, Rachel, PhD
Callisto Media / Softcover / 2019-03-01 / 1641523328
Teen / Young Adult / Cognitive Therapy Approaches in Self Help
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160 pages
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The definitive CBT workbook for helping teens navigate stress, anxiety, depression and more.

Getting good grades, making and breaking up with friends, and figuring out what being an adult looks like—these are just some of the challenges that can weigh down on teens. With this workbook, they’ll learn real strategies for overcoming obstacles and living the life they want using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Feeling Better: CBT Workbook for Teens teaches teens how to untangle the negative thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that can trick them into feeling anxious or sad and make it hard to do the things they want to. Through interactive exercises that tackle common issues at home, work, or with friends, this book gives teens the tools they need to deal with anything life throws their way.

Feeling Better: CBT Workbook for Teens includes:

• Real Challenges—Teens discover tools to confront a variety of issues including depression, self-worth, peer relations, anxiety and more.
• Exercises to take action—Real progress and reflection is fostered on the path to feeling better.
• New research—The latest strategies from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy are promoted inside these pages.

Give your teen strategies to be who they want to be using CBT therapy.

About the Author:

Dr. Rachel L. Hutt is a licensed clinical psychologist and co-founder of MindWell NYC, a group private practice in Manhattan, New York. She works with children, teens, and parents on incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skills in their daily lives to help them build the kind of life they want to live.

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