Emotional Intelligence Workbooks Set of 10
- A must have collection for anyone who works with teens!
Each book offers activities to help you better understand your disorder and cope effectively
Uses proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy
- Includes 10 workbooks on various topics common in teens
A "must have" collection for anyone who works with teens. An easy-to-use, practical workbook written by a licensed school counselor, it will provide you with the skills needed to get organized, retain information, communicate effectively, and perform well in school and everyday life. Based in proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), each book offers activities that will help you better understand your disorder and cope with it effectively.
Includes one each of the following titles
The Executive Functioning Workbook for Teens
An easy-to-use, practical workbook written by a licensed school counselor, it will provide you with the skills needed to get organized, retain information, communicate effectively, and perform well in school and everyday life. Based in proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), the book offers activities that will help you better understand your disorder and cope with it effectively.
The Self-Esteem Workbook for Teens
Learn to develop a healthy, realistic view of yourself that includes honest assessments of your weakness and strengths, and you will learn to respect yourself, faults and all. You will also learn the difference between self-esteem and being self-centered, self-absorbed, or selfish. Finally, this book will show you how to distinguish the outer appearance of confidence from the quiet, steady, inner acceptance and humility of true self-esteem.
The Bully Workbook for Teens
Being a teenager is difficult enough without having to worry about bullying. If you have experienced bullying or cyberbullying, you aren't alone. Bullying and cyberbullying are at an all-time high, and the effects of both can be tremendous for a young person who is already dealing with major school, life, and home stressors.
Don't Let Your Emotions Run Your Life Workbook
In this book, you'll find new ways of managing your feelings so that you'll be ready to handle anything life sends your way. Based in dialectical behavior therapy, a type of therapy designed to help people who have a hard time handling their intense emotions, this workbook helps you learn the skills you need to ride the ups and downs of life with grace and confidence.
Coping with Cliques Workbook
When you're the target of snubbing or teasing at school, it's easy to feel like everyone else has a group of friends and you're the only odd one out. The reality is that gossip and rumors hurt everyone, and often, even the most popular girls feel alone.
The Social Success Workbook
Making friends is a skill like any other-there are many rules to follow, ways to measure your progress, and reasons why some people are better at it than others. Although it may seem like this comes naturally to those who don't have Asperger's disorder, nonverbal learning disorder (NLD), or other problems relating to others, the reality is that even the most popular people must constantly hone their abilities in order to make new friends and keep the friends they already have.
What's Eating You? Workbook
Living in a culture obsessed with body size and shape, it can be hard to feel good about the way you look, but eating disorders caused by unrealistic body image ideals create much larger problems-diminished self-confidence, unhealthy eating and exercising habits, and an inability to see yourself as a person rather than a number on the scale.
The Anxiety Workbook for Teens
If you feel anxious most of the time, you're not alone. There is no one in the world who doesn't feel anxious at some time. And it is even more common to feel anxious during adolescence, because so many changes are taking place in your body, your mind, and your emotions.
Beyond the Blues Workbook
Many people experience depression at one time or another in their lives, but during the adolescent years, the vast number of physical, emotional, and mental changes that occur make teens even more susceptible to feelings of confusion or sadness. However your depression originates, you must learn to handle it so that you can manage the stresses of daily life.
If you're cutting yourself you're not alone. Thousands of teens across the country think that hurting themselves is the only way they can feel better. There are a lot of reasons why teens hurt themselves. None of them are your fault. You can't change your past, but there is a lot you can do, right now, to make your future a place you'd like to spend time, a place free from the pain, loneliness and isolation of cutting. This workbook offers a great way for you to make it happen.