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DBT Skills Workbook for Teens: A Fun Therapy Guide to Manage Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Emotions, OCD, Trauma, and Eating Disorders (Paperback)
HandleStress, Anxiety, Depression, Emotions, OCD, Trauma, Eating Disordersand other mental issues and unleash the power of dialectal behavior therapy to give you and your teen the tools for emotional success.Let's face it: Feelings of anger, sadness, fear, or irritation are acceptable and can frequently occur in life. There are times, though, when it might seem as your emotions are taking over and dragging you along with them. To make matters worse, these overwhelming emotions could impair your performance, cause issues in your relationships, prevent you from accomplishing your goals, and prevent you from having fun during teenage.The DBT Skills Workbook for Teens, however, provides all of the easyand useful skills This helpful book, which has specially been created with a warm, heartfelt, and friendly tone, explores the benefits of dialectal behavior therapy that have been scientifically proven, as well as how we can best provide today's youth with the emotional tools they need to achieve emotional balance, stability, and wellness in their lives. Sounds good?A FUN and ENGAGING experience is what everyone needs to stay motivated to complete the DBT skills workbook assignments. To keep it extra fascinating and keep the reader's interest, we also put a lot of effort into keeping the worksheets and graphics pleasing to the eye.The workbook guides you and your teen through quests so they can master the four essential DBT skills. This book covers different mental issues to help you with all the information you need.This workbook will also assist you in developing your action plan for transformation, whether participating in self-destructive behaviors like self-harm or disordered eating.
Even if your child has never been interested in self-help books, this one is unique To ensure it will be an enjoyable, interesting, and transforming experience for them, we have given the reader experience from a teenager's perspective a lot of attention.