This easy-to-understand, engaging guide arms teens with healthy thinking habits and coping strategies for staying on top of their mental health. Using tried and tested therapeutic techniques, readers are given the tools to build their own personalised mental health 'workout' to boost their emotional resilience and wellbeing.
Informed by the experiences of teens themselves, this friendly guide gives practical tips and strategies on how to overcome everyday stresses and ditch negative thinking 'frenemies' before they develop into more serious issues. Teens will be better equipped to recognise negative thoughts and emotions, monitor their mood and behaviour, and flex their positive thinking muscles in order to combat the mental health
Suitable for Teenagers (12-18), their parents/carers, counsellors and educational professionals working with young people.
Paula Nagel is the Principal Educational Psychologist for national children's mental health charity Place2Be. She has 20 years' experience as an educational psychologist, working to promote emotional wellbeing and positive mental health in young people.
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