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Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. by Beidas, Rinad S.; Kendall, Philip C.(DLC)1666481;
Cover -- Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices in Child and Adolescent Mental Health -- Copyright -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- PART one Introduction -- 1 The Promise of Evidence-Based Practices in Child and Adolescent Mental Health -- PART two Background -- 2 Guiding Theory for Dissemination and Implementation Research A Reflection on Models Used in Research and Practice -- 3 Measurement in Dissemination and Implementation Science -- 4 Capturing Fidelity in Dissemination and Implementation Science -- 5 The Role of Organizational Culture and Climate in the Dissemination and Implementation of Empirically Supported Treatments for Youth -- 6 Leadership and Strategic Organizational Climate to Support Evidence-Based Practice Implementation -- 7 Dissemination and Implementation in Children's Mental Health -- PART three System-Level Approaches to Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Youth in Community Mental Health Settings -- 8 Practice-Research Partnerships That Scale-up, Attain Fidelity, and Sustain Evidence-Based Practices -- 9 From Experience to Experiment -- 10 Transformation of Mental Health Services for Children and Young People in England -- 11 Global Dissemination and Implementation of Child Evidence-Based Practices in Low Resources Countries -- 12 Building and Advancing an Evidence-Based Service System in Hawaii -- PART Four Approaches to Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Youth in Schools -- 13 Dissemination and Implementation of Empirically Supported Treatments for Anxious Youth in Community Settings -- 14 Dissemination and Implementation of Treatments for Disruptive Disorders in Schools -- 15 Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Public Schools -- 16 Dissemination and Implementation of Cognitive Therapy for Depression in Schools.17 Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools Dissemination and Implementation of a School-Based Intervention -- PART Five Approaches to Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Youth Using Technology -- 18 Internet-Based Dissemination and Implementation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Child Anxiety -- 19 Internet-Based Implementation -- Index.Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices in Child and Adolescent Mental Health is the first book to bring together the world's foremost experts in implementation science and evidence-based practices for youth to provide the latest findings around DI for children and adolescents.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child mental health.; Clinical competence.; Evidence-based psychiatry.; Teenagers -- Mental health.;
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Managing Your Child's Chronic Pain [electronic resource]. by Palermo, Tonya M.(SAGE)1607845; Law, Emily F.;
Cover; Managing Your Child's Chronic Pain; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; One How Pain Affects Children and Families; Two Getting Help and Setting Goals; Three Relaxation Methods for Children and Teenagers; Four Praise, Attention, and Reward Systems; Five Lifestyle Factors; Six Sleep Interventions; Seven School and Social Life; Eight Coping with Pain, Stress, and Other Problems; Nine Special Topics by Age and Developmental Level: Issues for Young Children and Older Adolescents; Ten Reflection, Maintenance, and Prevention; AppendicesAppendix A Instructions for Progressive Muscle Relaxation (for Young Children, Ages 5-9)Appendix B Instructions for Progressive Muscle Relaxation (for Older Children, over Age 10); Appendix C Instructions for Muscle Relaxation with Imagery; Appendix D Instructions for Mini-Relaxation; Appendix E Point System Worksheet; Appendix F Privilege System Worksheet; Appendix G Brainstorming Solutions Worksheet; Resources and Bibliography; Index""Madeline is a 15-year-old girl with abdominal pain and headaches that occur most days of the week. Because of her pain, she has missed 99 days of school this year and is no longer able to play volleyball. Her parents have taken her to see a number of specialists and she has tried many different medications but she has not experienced any improvement in her pain..."" Chronic pain is a significant health problem for many children and adolescents, with studies suggesting that as many as 40% of children suffer from chronic pain. Unfortunately, many families cannot get the help they need because
Subjects: Electronic books.; Chronic pain -- Treatment -- Popular works.; Cognitive therapy for children -- Popular works.; Pain in children -- Treatment -- Popular works.;
© 2015., Oxford University Press,
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Achieving a State of Optimal Health : Stress and The Health Realization Model / by American Academy of Pediatrics.(DLC)1662916; Films Media Group,film distributor.(DLC)1996584;
We all have innate health, common sense, and wisdom but we often do not live from this place because our negative thoughts distort our perception of reality. In this film, Dr. Nimi Singh from the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital discusses the health realization model of cognitive behavioral therapy.11 & up.Streaming video file.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, August 16, 2016)
Subjects: Internet videos.; Stress management.; Stress management for teenagers.;
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Family Therapy with Suicidal Adolescents [electronic resource]. by Jurich, Anthony P.(SAGE)1629640;
Front Cover; Family Therapy with Suicidal Adolescents; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Introduction: The Journey Begins; Chapter 2. Formulations of Suicide: Examining the Nature of the Beast; Chapter 3. Adolescent Suicide: Why Is Adolescence Such a Fertile Breeding Ground?; Chapter 4. Factors in Adolescent Suicide: The Seeds That Bear Bitter FruitChapter 5. The Therapeutic Framework for Intervention: A Strategy for Family TherapyChapter 6. Crisis Intervention: Balancing on the Edge of the Cliff; Chapter 7. Joining: Convincing the Adolescent That This Does Not Have to Be a Solitary Battle; Chapter 8. Analysis: Understanding How the Adolescent Has Been Seduced; Chapter 9. Cognitive Interventions: Freeing the Mind from Destructive Ways of Thinking; Chapter 10. Behavioral Interventions: When Actions Speak Louder Than Words; Chapter 11. Strategic Interventions: The Art of Overcoming the Fear of ChangeEpilogueReferences; IndexThis book describes a blend of insight-oriented, behavioral, and strategic family therapy, which the author has developed over thirty-four years of dealing with suicidal adolescents. It aims not to replace other forms of therapy but to augment the therapist's own therapeutic style. The book offers an informative and personally told story bringing together scholarship and meaningful glimpses into the thought processes of suicidal youth. Written in an understandable, friendly, and practical style, it will appeal to those in clinical practice, as well as graduate-level students pursuing
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adolescent.; Adolescent psychotherapy; Family psychotherapy; Family Therapy - methods.; Suicide; Teenagers - Suicidal behavior - Treatment.; Teenagers;
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Touch Wood [electronic resource (video)] : Understanding Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder / by Beyond Entertainment Ltd.; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (0:32) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Teenage Affliction (2:00) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Time Involved (2:07) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Stress (2:00) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: High School (1:04) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Number Rituals (1:14) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Biology (0:32) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Hoarding (1:29) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Comfort and Fear (1:50) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Cleanliness (2:01) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Inexplicable (1:16) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Crazy Rituals (1:25) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Checking Rituals (2:00) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Causes (1:00) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Contamination Fears (2:35) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Disturbing Obsessions (0:44) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Debilitation (2:00) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Family (1:21) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Doubting Disease (1:14) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Research (1:04) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Contamination Test (1:03) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Guilt (1:51) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Treatment (1:40) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Therapy (1:37) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Progress (2:41) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Small Steps (1:57) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Exposure Therapy (1:35) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Coping (1:37) -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Discussion (1:01)OCD is built on magical beliefs that don't make much sense in the real world, says Cosmo-and he should know, because he has had the disorder since he was a child. In this program, Cosmo reaches out to others with OCD to more deeply understand the nature of his own condition: Nellie, who fears becoming someone else and uses repeating rituals to keep those fears at bay; Margaret, a hoarder and a hand-washer; and Mark, who must check every single thing in his house when he leaves and returns. In addition, two psychologists and a researcher shed light on diagnosis of OCD subtypes and OCD management through exposure-and-response therapy and cognitive therapy. A gentle inquiry into a thoroughly disrupting condition, Touch Wood is by turns unsettling and inspiring.10 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Anxiety disorders; Mental illness; Stress (Psychology);
© [2010], c2006., Films Media Group,
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Overcoming Teenage Low Mood and Depression [electronic resource]. by Williams, Christopher.; Dummett, Nicky.;
Cover; Book title; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Part 1 Understanding why I feel as I do; Understanding why I feel as I do; Why bother changing?; Part 2 Making changes; Doing things that make me feel good; Using exercise to boost how I feel; Helpful things we do; Unhelpful things we do; Restarting things we've avoided; Practical problem solving; Noticing and changing extreme and unhelpful thinking; Being assertive; Building relationships; Overcoming sleep problems; Alcohol, drugs and me; Understanding and using anti-depressant medication; Planning for the futurePart 3 Support materials for relatives and friendsIdeas for families and friends: how can I offer the best support?Overcoming Teenage Low Mood and Depression uses the trusted Five Areas model of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) to help young people experiencing low mood or depression to help themselves. The Five Areas model communicates life skills and key interventions in a clear, pragmatic, and accessible style, by examining five important aspects of our lives:Life situation, relationships, resources and problemsAltered thinkingAltered feelings or moodsAltered physical symptoms or sensationsAltered behaviour or activity levelsThis exciting collection of practical and effective self-help workbooks has be
Subjects: Electronic books.; Depression in adolescence --Treatment.; Depression in children --Treatment.;
© 2012., Taylor and Francis,
On-line resources: http://cgcc.eblib.com/patron/FullRecord.aspx?p=564759 -- CGCC online access;
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Child genius [electronic resource (video)] : at thirteen / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Outright Disttibution Ltd.;
Child Genius: Author and Scholar (4:12) -- Child Musical Genius (4:36) -- Genius and Behavior Problems (3:37) -- Child Genius in Therapy (2:17) -- Sibling Rivalry for Attention (3:45) -- Child Genius: Balance Among Talents (3:59) -- Child Prodigies: Different Personalities (2:20) -- Child Genius: Behavior Problems (2:35) -- Teen Genius and Author (3:18) -- Teen Genius and Composer (2:45) -- Camaraderie Among Teen Geniuses (3:38) -- From Home School to Public School (2:42) -- Family Pressures with Child Genius (3:28) -- Teen Geniuses: Will They Rebel? (2:09)The pressures of high-flying scholarship mixed with churning hormones can prove overwhelming to young geniuses. This program catches up with several child prodigies as they become teenagers, examining the forces, both positive and negative, shaping their development. Aimee's star is rising, including a win at a high-profile music competition, but her relationship with her parents is undergoing severe strains. Michael is writing his fourth novel and is now homeschooled-creating, in some ways, a more difficult transition into the teen years. Meanwhile, Dante and his parents have tried a string of therapists in order to understand why his gift is so troublesome for the family.11 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Adolescence; Child development; Cognitive psychology; Educational psychology; Intellect; Learning, Psychology of; Psycholinguistics.;
© [2009], c2008., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Teaching Social Skills Through Sketch Comedy and Improv Games : A Social Theatre® Approach for Kids and Teens Including Those with ASD, ADHD, and Anxiety. by Amador, Shawn.;
Intro -- Teaching Social Skills Through Sketch Comedy and Improv Games â A Social Theatre⢠Approach for Kids and Teens including those with ASD, ADHD, and Anxiety, by Shawn Amador -- Breakdown Chart by Social Thinking® Profile Level and Target Skills -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1. History of Social Theatre⢠-- Social Theatre⢠in Classrooms, Afterschool Programs, and Therapeutic Environments -- Research-based Practice -- Modified Improv Games for Different Ability Levels -- âMy Ideaâ Versus âOur Ideasâ as Building Blocks -- Setting the Purpose and Motivation -- 2. The Creation of Groups -- Social Thinking® Social Communication Profile: Helpful in Developing Social Theatre⢠Therapy Groups -- Small Group Format (for Therapy Groups) -- Classroom Group Format -- 3. The Collaborative Script-writing Process -- Important Trends to Remember -- First Step: Brainstorming Rules -- Second Step: Two Questions to Brainstorm -- Third Step: Preparation for Evaluating, Increasing Cognitive Flexibility -- Fourth Step: Group Ideas from Brainstorms -- Fifth Step: Validating Each Otherâs Ideas While Evaluating, and Re-writing -- Sixth Step: Role Assignment -- 4. Activities/Skits to Teach Joint Attention and Focus -- The Martha Game -- Playing Boo -- Mirroring -- Foundation Improv Activity -- Background of Slow Motion Snowball Fight -- Slow Motion Snowball Fight -- Dance Party -- Mindfulness with Others: Scarf Jugglingâ1-2-3 Throw -- Blanket Folding -- Self-monitoring and Adjusting Behavior through âRoom Chiâ -- âThe Buzz Killâ -- Go White Sox???? -- That Magic Isnât Real!!! -- 5. Practicing Recognition of Social Cues -- Using Stage Levels -- Conversational Reciprocity Improvisational Game -- Practicing and Understanding âAwkwardâ -- QuestionâComment format from Superflex Curriculum® -- Teach the Skill of Entering a Group.Chairs!!! -- Why Did You Do That? -- Wanna Hang Out? -- Match the Feelings (Pairs with âStop Chasing Me!â) -- Stop Chasing Me! -- Feelings Recognition Sequence -- Call Me When Youâre Down -- By Accident or on Purpose? -- By Accident or on Purpose? -- 6. Practicing Self-Regulation Skills -- âEmotional Copingâ Exercises -- Feelings Charades -- Levels of Emotions -- Feeling or Action? -- Voice Levels Activity -- Understanding, Teaching, and Discussing Cognitive Distortions -- The Missing Bunny -- Being Flexible -- The Small Change -- Magnification and Minimization -- Matching Reactions Improv -- Big Problem or Little Problem? -- Chain Reaction and âProjectionâ -- Chain Reaction -- 7. Practicing Perspective Taking -- Using Magic to Teach Perspective Taking -- Magicianâs Code -- The Puppeteer Improv Game -- Hello Jello! -- 8. Performing When Anxious and Shyâ¦and Clowning!!!! -- Decreasing Performance Stress Levels -- Clowning, a Powerful Tool, with Caution -- Setting Rules for When Clowning Should and Should Not be Used -- Graduated Exposure and Character Development -- Catch That Fly! -- Leap Frog -- Hide and Seek -- Scary Movie -- Clown Surgery -- 9. Being Confident to Defeat Bullying -- Practicing Styles of Communication and Assertiveness Skills -- Styles of Communication Activity -- If You Want to be Cool -- Invisible Girl -- 7 Ways to Defeat a Bully -- You, Me, and Individuality -- 10. Social Theatre⢠â How Can I Use It? -- School-wide and in the Community -- In Classrooms and Community Programs -- In Group Therapy, Clinical Settings -- Performance and Confidentiality -- In Smaller, Non-clinical Groups -- With Individuals in Educational or Community Settings -- Appendices -- References -- Index.Learn how to develop social skills in children and teenagers with fun and entertaining activities based on improv comedy and sketch writing. Based on 17 years of experience and research, the games and group exercises in this book will help children and teens develop social awareness, confidence and joint attention. Includes example scripts.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Developmental-Systemic Family Therapy with Adolescents. by Trepper, Terry S.; Werner-Wilson, Ronald Jay.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- About the Author -- Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Organization of the Material -- Conceptual Approach -- Assessment -- Section I: Adolescent Development -- Chapter 1. Cognitive Development -- Influence of Cognitive Development on the Therapy Process -- Principles of Cognitive Development -- Adolescent Egocentrism -- Summary -- Chapter 2. Emotional Development -- Three Aspects of Emotion -- Developmental Issues -- Emotion in Families -- Emotion in Family Therapy -- Summary -- Chapter 3. Identity Development -- What Is Identity? -- Identity Crises -- Identity Status -- Developmental Aspects of Identity -- Summary -- Chapter 4. Self-Esteem -- What Is Self-Esteem? -- Primary Aspects of Self-Esteem -- Developmental Aspects of Self-Esteem -- Domains of Self-Esteem -- Factors Associated with Self-Esteem -- Presenting Problems Associated with Self-Esteem -- Assessment of Self-Esteem -- Locus of Control -- Summary -- Section II: Interpersonal Relationships -- Chapter 5. Attachment -- What Is Attachment? -- Types of Attachment -- Attachment in Adolescence -- Attachment in Families -- Family Therapy Implications -- Assessment of Attachment in Family Therapy -- Summary -- Chapter 6. Parent-Adolescent Relationship -- Connectedness for Adolescents -- Functions of Families -- Parental Influence -- Parenting Strategies -- Solution-Focused Parenting -- Summary -- Chapter 7. Peer Relationships -- Peer Influence -- Friends -- Peer Rejection -- Assessment of Peer Rejection -- Clinical Intervention for Peer Rejection -- Summary -- Section III: Adolescent Risk Taking -- Chapter 8. Sexuality -- Media Influences -- Influence of Individual Psychosocial Factors -- Influence of Dating Dynamics -- Influence of Family Relationships.Parental Involvement in Sexuality Education -- Summary -- Chapter 9. Alcohol and Substance Abuse -- Trends -- Treatment of Alcohol and Substance Abuse: Conceptual Issues -- Treatment of Alcohol and Substance Abuse: Structural Family Therapy -- Summary -- Chapter 10. Suicide -- Research on Suicide and Adolescence -- Risk Factors -- Conceptualization of Suicide in Family Therapy -- Therapeutic Process -- Summary -- Section IV: Treatment Issues -- Chapter 11. Use of Self -- The Natural Self -- The Fight for Control -- The Differentiated Therapist -- The Use of Self and Stages of Therapy -- Summary -- Chapter 12. Some Considerations on Inviting the Participation of Adolescents in Psychotherapy -- From the Outside Looking In -- Research in Support of Increased Adolescent Involvement in the Family Process -- Accountability -- Evaluating Our Preferred Models of Psychotherapy for Personal Agency and Cognitive Development -- Summary -- Conclusion -- Concluding Example -- Summary -- Notes -- References -- Index.Learn to choose interventions based on the client's developmental stage! Teenagers are often a strain on families, and they can pose difficulties even in a family therapy setting. Developmental-Systemic Family Therapy with Adolescents integrates research and theory about adolescent development with different approaches to family therapy. By matching the adolescent client's developmental stage and particular issues with the most effective therapeutic approach, this book enables family therapists to tailor their treatment plan to meet each family's unique needs. Developmental-Systemic Family Therapy with Adolescents contains special chapters on such serious teen problems as suicide and alcohol/substance abuse, as well as thoughtful consideration of such normal issues of development as cognitive stages, identity development, and self-esteem. Interpersonal relationships are also considered, including parenting, peers, and attachment issues. This essential resource offers family therapists suggestions on how to make sessions more relevant to clients who engage in risky sexual behavior, abuse alcohol and drugs, or run away from home. Each chapter includes detailed, down-to-earth discussions of: case examples common presenting problems assessment and treatment issues therapy process dynamics suggestions for developmentally appropriate interventions Developmental-Systemic Family Therapy with Adolescents examines emotional and cognitive development in adolescents to help therapists improve communication and devise effective methods of treatment. Its well-balanced, pragmatic approach to therapy will help you properly assess your clients and offer them the services they need in a form they can accept.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Family psychotherapy;
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101 Ways to Conquer Teen Anxiety : Simple Tips, Techniques and Strategies for Overcoming Anxiety, Worry and Panic Attacks. by McDonagh, Thomas.; Hatcher, Jon Patrick.; McDonagh, Thomas.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Am I Losing My Mind, or Is This That Anxiety Thing? -- Do I Have Anxiety? -- Take Care of Your Mind, It's the Only One You've Got -- Chapter 2: Medication vs. Therapy -- If You're Anxious and You Know It, Shake Your Meds -- Prescription for Excellence -- Chapter 3: Teens and Tech -- My Best Friends Are Emojis -- Offline Is the New Luxury -- Chapter 4: Family -- Freaks of Nurture -- Anxiety Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree -- Chapter 5: School Anxiety -- How I Got an A in Anxiety -- How Not to Get an A in Anxiety -- Chapter 6: Dating, Sex, and Popularity -- Do You Like Me? Do You? How 'Bout Now? -- Do You Want Peace or Popularity? -- Chapter 7: Jobs and Money -- Will Work…In Moderation -- Work, Because Nothing's for Free -- Chapter 8: Anxiety Related to the Future -- The Sky Is Falling … or, Is It? -- Bringing Your Attention to the Present Moment -- Chapter 9: Anxiety and Substance Abuse -- Risky Business -- Drugs Are Bad, Mkay? -- Chapter 10: Mental Filters -- My Lying Mind -- Mental Filtering, a Bucket for Anxious Thoughts -- Chapter 11: Anxiety and Sleep -- Silent Lucidity -- Sleep: Why It's Elusive and How to Get It -- Chapter 12: Self-Harm and Suicide -- "Fine" Is a Four-Letter Word that Begins with "F" -- Chapter 13: Cause and Effect of Long-Term Anxiety -- Don't Feed Wild Anxieties -- Relapse Prevention -- Chapter 14: 101 Ways to Quickly Alleviate Anxiety -- References -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors.A QUICK, HANDS-ON BOOK OF EXERCISES CLINICALLY PROVEN TO MANAGE ANXIETY Teens today are more stressed than ever. Whether they face problems with school, friends, parents or all of the above, teens need help. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy, the most widely used and popular anxiety therapy among clinicians, 101 Ways to Conquer Teen Anxiety offers dozens of beneficial quizzes, activities, tips and illustrations to help teens: * Identify the most common anxiety triggers * Learn essential skills to prevent anxiety attacks * Redirect risky behavior, including substance abuse and self-harm * Understand the options of therapy and medication * Overcome the spike-and-relapse cycle From mindfulness meditation and the repetition of positive mantras to diaphragmatic breathing and nature walks, the activities in this book both calm the body and keep thoughts from spiraling.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Anxiety disorders..; Panic attacks..; Adolescent psychology..; Teenagers-Mental health.;
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