Activities to Help You Deal with Anxiety and Worry
Parents and Professionals – This Book Can Help Your Anxious Teens!
The Anxiety Workbook for Teens, translated into five languages, is recognized around the world as a leading resource for anxiety management skills. It ranks almost daily as an Amazon “#1 Best Seller” and is recommended on mental health websites for both professionals, parents, and teens.
With a solid base in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), (regularly documented as the most effective therapy for treating anxiety) more than 40 anxiety worksheets teach evidence-based techniques for both managing anxiety and preventing anxiety flare-ups. Each activity educates readers on a basic concept, offers a teen story to illustrate the concept, and then provides questions designed to integrate the information and personalize it into the readers’ own real-life situations.
Not stopping at CBT, the book also informs readers on managing anxiety through diet, exercise, breathwork, visualization, meditation, time management, problem-solving, and more. Special worksheets for managing panic attacks and managing phobias are included.
Therapists love this workbook for its easily adaptable worksheet format, but the teen-friendly formula also makes it comfortable for teens to use on their own. As with most of Lisa Schab’s self-help materials, The Anxiety Workbook strives not only to educate, but to empower its readers.
“The Anxiety Workbook for Teens is a wonderful tool . . . It is by far my favorite go-to workbook for adolescent anxiety.”
—Deb Norton, MS, LCPC, NCC
“A fantastic resource . . .”
Five Stars “. . .this is the best book out there. As a parent and as someone with a degree in clinical psychology, this earns my seal of approval. It’s simple to use, but backed by the science.”
“Love using Schab books in therapy! Great asset for therapists and clinicians!! Evidence- based, organized and easy to apply!”
One of the “7 Best Anxiety Workbooks.”
“Teens will find this workbook an excellent source of learning about anxiety and advice for dealing with that anxiety. It is clear and accessible and targeted towards the kinds of concerns and problems that plague teenagers.”