Social Anxiety Relief for Teens
The Workbook: Practical CBT Exercises and Coping Skills to Build Confidence, Control Anxiety, and Thrive in Social Situations
by Jason Forte
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Pub Date 02 Jun 2023 | Archive Date 03 Jul 2023
Is your teen held back by social anxiety?
Are they missing out on opportunities and feeling isolated?
As a parent, you want to see your child confident, happy, and making a positive impact. It's time to empower them to overcome social anxiety with this groundbreaking workbook.
This ultimate guide is designed to help your teen break free from the grips of social anxiety and thrive. Through practical Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) exercises and relatable anecdotes, this book equips them with the necessary tools to build self-confidence, improve social skills, and effectively manage anxiety. It even includes handy printables!
Imagine your teen confidently navigating social situations, making meaningful connections, and embracing new opportunities. Picture them excelling in school, extracurricular activities, and beyond. The transformative tools presented in this book can turn these visions into reality.
With "Social Anxiety Relief for Teens," your teen will learn how to:
✅ Overcome social fears and cultivate genuine connections
✅ Navigate social situations authentically and with ease
✅ Manage anxious thoughts and emotions in a healthy manner
✅ Build self-confidence and assertiveness in social settings
✅ Understand their emotions and gain control over trigger responses
This book is designed to resonate with today's distracted and busy youth. Each chapter is engaging and concise, featuring relatable anecdotes and gamified exercises to make the learning process enjoyable.
Inside the pages of this book, your teen will discover their inner strength and unleash their full potential. The exercises cover a range of topics, including surprising insights into how the brain reacts to anxiety and practical strategies for rewiring it. They'll also learn essential social skills, techniques for managing intense emotions, embracing their unique identity, harnessing the power of positive thinking, practicing mindfulness, coping with stressful situations, and effectively resolving conflicts.
Don't let social anxiety hinder your teen's progress.
Help them seize the opportunities they deserve by purchasing this book now and setting them on a path toward a confident and fulfilling future.
Average rating from 11 members
"Social Anxiety Relief for Teens" by Jason Forte is a valuable self-help guide specifically designed to assist teenagers in managing and overcoming social anxiety. With its practical strategies, empathetic approach, and insightful advice, this book provides teenagers with the tools they need to navigate social situations and cultivate a more confident and fulfilling life.
One of the notable strengths of "Social Anxiety Relief for Teens" is the author's ability to connect with his target audience. Jason Forte demonstrates a deep understanding of the challenges faced by teenagers dealing with social anxiety. His empathetic tone and relatable examples create a safe and supportive
"I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own."
This is an eye-catching book, outside and in. (I started reading on my kindle, then realised you really need to see the book in colour.) Teaching means you meet many children with anxiety problems, issues of low self-esteem and their dread of dealing with social interactions. This book gives them a chance to think about and start to identify their own specific problems, and think through some positive solutions. I think it would be best used by a teen working along side an adult (parent, teacher, guidance teacher, SFL teacher) because there is a lot of text. In a guidance setting it would work for whole class lessons on the topics covered because in all honesty all teenagers could use the ideas presented here. And in actual fact, a lot of adults too! Thank you to BooksGoSocial and NetGalley for the ARC. The views expressed are all mine, freely given.
A quick read for anyone with teenagers forced to navigate the pandemic. While written for them, the tools are useful discussion points. While the tools are not new, the layout and the everyday prose makes this a book that will catch the attention of adolescent readers. Bravo for writing this.
Thank you NetGalley for aARC.
As an adult who was first diagnosed with anxiety in my teens, I was interested to see what a workbook would look like. I was a little worried when the first few pages were text heavy because I thought the workbook might feel too much like homework. Which, to be fair, this is a workbook, so that is kind of the point, right? No teen would be opening this book unless they intended to put in the effort. I was actually really happily surprised when I made it through the introduction because each section is broken up by tasks for the reader to do.
I really liked that the tasks walk the reader through doing things like understanding primary and secondary emotions, as well as having the reader inventory positive reactions to certain emotions.
Personally, I think this is a great workbook, though I do feel most teens will need some sort of adult supervision or encouragement to complete all of the tasks.
Thank you Netgalley for providing me with an ARC of this workbook in exchange for an honest review.
I wanted to read this because as a youth mental health therapist, I am always looking for new resources. I will 100% recommend this workbook to parents of my clients! I so appreciated in the forard that the author outlines why it’s so hard to relate to teens these days and how the world is just, well, different! There’s some really useful tools outlined throughout the book and I think it’s presented in a way that would be easy for teens to navigate. Bravo!
As a psychotherapist and also a parent of a teenager I found this book extremely interesting. Definitely a resource that will be of use to parents of children who are experiencing anxiety. All to often we parents can be left feeling helpless when our child is experiencing difficulties with their mental health; this book offers strategies and information that will be of use to parents.
Definitely a useful resource for parents.
This is an amazing resource for any teen struggling with social anxiety. At this time, it is so beneficial to our students as we witness them struggling with anxiety every day. Highly recommend to anyone who loves, supports, teaches, etc. a teen battling social anxiety. I wish there were resources like this available to me as a teenager, I feel that I could have truly benefitted from it myself.
Thank you to Netgalley, Jason Forte, and the publisher for the opportunity to read the ARC version of this book.