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Put Your Worries Here: A Creative Journal for Teens with Anxiety (Instant Help Guided Journal for Teens) (Paperback)
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Recommended by cliniciansIn this first-of-its-kind guided journal for teens, licensed clinical social worker and author of The Anxiety Workbook for Teens, Lisa Schab offers a creative space to help you work through worry and anxiety using fun, engaging, and action-oriented prompts. Is anxiety is interfering with your life? If you're like most teens, there are probably times you feel anxious about friends and relationships, grades, peer pressure, fitting in, family stresses, or the future. Now there's a go-to guide to help you relieve anxious thoughts and physical tension in the moment. In this unique journal, you'll find a safe space to explore and strengthen your power over anxiety. You'll also find 100 innovative prompts that give you the chance to release your worries and tension through writing, drawing, laughter, physical movement, self-soothing techniques, and more. This journal is a space for you, to let go of anxiety, make your own rules, and find new ways to help yourself feel better. Your only real guideline is to write for yourself. Why not give it a try? A special note for clinicians and other professionals: Journaling exercises are a proven-effective adjunct to talk therapy--helping teens bypass defenses, explore feelings in a non-threatening manner, and develop trust in their own coping skills. This journal marks the first addition to the Instant Help Guided Journals for Teens series, which offer evidence-based therapeutic tools in a format that appeals to teens.
About the Author
Lisa M. Schab, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with a private counseling practice in the greater Chicago, IL, area. She has authored seventeen self-help books and workbooks for children, teens, and adults, including The Anxiety Workbook for Teens and The Self-Esteem Workbook for Teens. Schab teaches self-help workshops and professional training courses on both anxiety and journaling, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). You can find out more about her at www.lisamschabooks.com.