Conquer Anxiety Workbook for Teens: Find Peace from Worry, Panic, Fear, and Phobias

August 12, 2019 - Comment

Next gen anxiety-relief strategies for today’s teens Anxiety is a difficult emotion to manage―especially with all of the stressors that come with the teenage years. From surviving awkward social situations to getting into college, it’s normal for teens to feel anxious. This book arms teens with effective tools to tackle worrying―so that anxiety doesn’t have

Next gen anxiety-relief strategies for today’s teens

Anxiety is a difficult emotion to manage―especially with all of the stressors that come with the teenage years. From surviving awkward social situations to getting into college, it’s normal for teens to feel anxious. This book arms teens with effective tools to tackle worrying―so that anxiety doesn’t have to be overwhelming.

Using the latest strategies from CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and mindfulness therapies, teens will learn how to control their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors so that they don’t trigger anxiety. With real scenarios they might face at school, home, or with friends, this book is every teenager’s secret weapon to stay cool in stressful and scary moments.

The Conquer Anxiety Workbook for Teens includes:

Anxiety decoded―Understand the root causes of general and social anxiety, along with panic and phobias. Also, learn the Dos and Don’ts of coping.Mind and body exercises―Discover right-now strategies like body scanning and taking charge of your anxious alter-ego to stop anxiety attacks in their tracks.Proven therapies―Use time-tested techniques like CBT and mindfulness practices to manage anxious thoughts and feelings.

You can’t protect teens from feeling anxious―but you can give them the tools to manage thoughts and feelings before they become overwhelming with the Conquer Anxiety Workbook for Teens.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Valuable resource! This book is a great tool to help teens and adolescents who struggle with anxiety. As a teacher, I have seen anxiety becoming more prevalent among students in the classroom. This is a valuable resource for parents and kids who are struggling with these issues.

Anonymous says:

Helping Teens with Anxiety The teen years are hard enough, but can be even harder if they deal with anxiety. This is a great resource for teens and their parents with tips and ideas of ways to deal with their anxiety before it becomes a bigger issue.I received a free copy from the publisher.

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