Teen Workbooks Set of 8
Product Number : 1892A
By John J. Liptak, EdD and Ester A. Leutenberg - Illustrator Amy Brodsky, LISW-S. Reproducible Self-Assessments, Exercises and Educational Handouts.
Set includes one each of the following titles:
Teen Anger Workbook One of the most difficult life skills teenagers need to learn is how to control anger. They will experience a wide variety of emotions and the more equipped they are to handle these emotions, the more successful they will be in school, friendships and family. Anger can be powerful and managing it can be challenging. The Teen Anger Workbook is designed to help teens engage in self-reflection, examine their thoughts and feelings that lead to feelings of anger, and learn effective tools and techniques for effectively managing feelings of anger. This book is unique in that it combines two powerful psychological tools for anger management: self-assessment and journaling.
Teen Friendship Workbook Teenagers???º??? choosing healthy friendships is of monumental importance! As children enter middle school and high school, they will be experiencing changes in friends, personal style, social life, movies, music, emotions, etc., in fact in all aspects of their lives. The Teen Friendship Workbook will serve as a guide to assist teens in choosing their friends wisely, thus avoiding potentially risky situations. Being able to say ????no???æ and not be negatively influenced by peers is one of the goals of this book.
Teen Aggression & Bullying Workbook Teen aggression and bullying is a problem that continues to grow, often disrupting our school, families, workplaces and communities. The Teen Aggression & Bullying Workbook is designed to help teens engage in self-reflection, examine their thoughts and feelings that lead to feelings of aggression, and learn effective tools and techniques for effectively managing these feelings. This book combines two powerful psychological tools for the management of aggressive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors: self-assessment and journaling.
Teen Choices Workbook During adolescence, making effective independent choices is often a point of contention between teens and adults (parents, teachers, grandparents, etc.). As teens mature, they face increasing demands to learn to make choices more independently and to take more responsibility for their own choices. Choices allow teens to change how they are currently living their lives (if they are not happy where they are) or continue to live responsibly by making even more effective choices. This book includes five sections: Teen Action Choices, Teen Relationship Choices, Teen Cultural Differences, Teen "not-so-great" Choices, Teen Risk-taking Behavior.
Teen Respect Workbook By being concerned about others, people can begin to experience a greater sense of generosity, contribute to the well-being of others, and find joy in their sense of social interest. This social interest then propels people to be more respectful in the workplace, kinder to the universe, and more apt to be interested in social justice. Whether service to the community (or world) is found through formal organizations or through informal involvement in social issues, people then find their own place in the world. The Teen Respect Workbook contains five separate sections to help participants learn more about themselves and the skills that they possess (and those they need to learn) in order to be of service to other people and make a contribution to the welfare of others. They will learn about the importance of these skills in developing personal and professional success.
Teen Self-Esteem Workbook The Teen Self-Esteem Workbook is designed to help teens engage in self-reflection, examine their thoughts and feelings that either enhance or detract from healthy self-esteem, and learn effective tools and techniques for building feelings of self-esteem and self-worth. This book combines three powerful psychological tools for the management of aggressive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors: self-assessment, journaling and role-playing, to enhance empathy and allow teens to practice self-esteem building strategies.
Teen Conflict Management Skills Workbook Conflict is a basic fact of life. That conflict exists is not a bad situation, as long as the conflict is managed effectively by resolving them in a calm, respectful way that will lead to growth and maturity. The Teen Conflict Management Skills Workbook contains five separate sections that correlate with the Teen Conflict Model tool presented in the book. Participants will learn new skills and the importance of preventing, managing and resolving conflicts. Included are the following reproducible pages: assessment instruments, activity handouts, role plays, quotations, reflective questions for journaling, and educational handouts. The Teen Conflict Management Skills Workbook is designed to help teens learn more about themselves, identify the primary reasons they get into conflicts, and find better ways to use their newfound conflict management skills to develop and maintain happy, healthy casual, personal, intimate and workplace relationships.
Teen Stress Workbook Adolescence can be a period of significant change for most teens, leading them to experience stress. Stress is the way our bodies and minds react to changes in life. Small amounts of stress can be okay, but chronic stress can push people beyond the limits of what can be handled. The Teen Stress Workbook contains five separate sections to help teens learn more about themselves, the skills they possess, and to manage the stress that occurs in their lives. Participants will learn new skills and the importance of preventing, managing and coping with stress and its symptoms. Included are the following reproducible pages: assessment instruments, activity handouts, role plays, quotations, reflective questions for journaling, and educational handouts. The Teen Stress Workbook is designed to help teens identify the primary reasons they are feeling stress, find better ways to use their newfound stress management skills to feel more confident and less helpless, and to cope and make better choices when responding to stress.
Books also sold individually.