*Thank you Netgally and the author for the free review copy of Anxiety relief for teens. All thoughts and opinions are completely own*
Title: Anxiety Relief for Teens
Author: Regine Galanti, PHD
Page count: 116
Published on: March 30, 2020
I thought this book was very well presented. It’s easy to follow without dumbing things down. It gives great examples and suggestions. As we as goes through cbt skills, and mindfulness techniques that you can use to overcome stress and anxiety.
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- Selfcare for bad mental health days
- 8 ways to keep calm under stressful conditions
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I highly recommend this for anyone with a teen. Even if your teenager does not have a anxiety disorder this book would be helpful.
It’s full of fantastic techniques and activities along with suggested prompts that would be helpful for any age range.
Thoughts as a adult reading this book on Anxiety relief techniques
I’ve previously read some hit and miss mental health books. Some just make you scratch your head and think ??????. This one was not one of those books. It presents well, like I mentioned above it is easy to follow. The techniques were what is being reccomended now (at least by my therapist).
While being informative it also leaves some wiggle room for your own suggestions, and options that are most comfortable for you. Each person is recognized as an individual but also as a collective group (as in you’re not alone).
If you struggle with stress or anxiety and are open to someone elses suggestions and are willing to explore different techniques I feel you could really benefit from this book.
If you are looking for romance, you’re not going to find that here. This is a informational book.
If you’ve read this book let me know what you thought of it in the comments below. Did it help you? What did you think of the strategies?
Till next time,