“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”
The Anxiety Workbook for Teens, translated into five languages, is recognized around the world as a leading resource for anxiety management skills. Recommended by therapists, counselors, and parents, it ranks almost daily as an Amazon “#1 Best Seller.” This book offers over 40 evidence-based worksheets for managing teen anxiety, from essential cognitive change (CBT) and problem-solving skills to breathwork, visualization, exercise, nutrition, and more. Read more…
FIVE STARS “…this is the best book out there. As a parent and as someone with a degree in clinical psychology, this earns my seal of approval. It’s simple to use, but backed by the science.”
An internationally-acclaimed best-seller, The Self-Esteem Workbook For Teens was named in Tutorful’s “Best Child Self-Esteem Boosters/Resources 2018.” The 40 self-esteem worksheets in this highly-rated book help teens understand how their self-esteem developed and then teach the cognitive, emotional, and social skills that empower them to shift it from unhealthy to healthy. Teens gain confidence to make positive decisions, withstand peer pressure, and celebrate their authentic selves. Read more…
“This is a brilliant, inspiring book that teaches and guides teens to navigate their inner world, as well as the world they live in. In a masterful piece, Schab has encompassed all aspects of teenagers’ experience: body, mind, spirit, and relationships. The workbook format offers results-oriented lessons for a lifetime of healthy self-esteem. I highly recommend this book . . .”
—Susan Schwass, LCSW, private practitioner working with teens and their families for thirty-five years
Best book for teen anxiety! 100 creative, engaging, and evidence-based activities help teens manage anxiety in the moment. Teens release stress by writing and shredding anxious thoughts, “texting” their anxiety, writing it a Dear John letter, calming their breathing, writing by candlelight, creating collages, peace tattoos, positive affirmations, and more. Effective for use by teens alone or with a helping adult. Read more…
“Lisa Schab has a talent for connecting with teenagers, and has proven her expertise yet again. This creative journal is stocked with prompts for teens to identify their anxious thoughts, challenge their unhelpful thinking patterns and learn new skills for managing anxiety…”
—Megan Sayre, LCSW, adolescent psychotherapist, private practice
Emotional regulation skills for teens! 100 evidence-based activities help teens manage their emotions and learn coping skills while having fun. Prompts include trying “brain yoga,” mindfulness, making confetti out of intense feelings, switching from OMG to LOL, breathing into peace, concocting emotional “soothies,” acting from Wise Mind, and writing overwhelming feelings on tissue and flushing them! Read more…
“Lisa Schab has produced yet another amazing resource for those of us who work in the mental health profession. Put Your Feelings Here is a must have!”
—Stephanie L. Pettey, Psy.D. mental health coordinatorand adjunct college professor in the field of school psychology
Lisa is a practicing psychotherapist and author of 18 self-help books, including two international best-sellers. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University and a master’s degree in clinical social work from Loyola University. She believes in the power of therapeutic healing, perseverance and miracles ~ because she’s experienced them all. Learn more…
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It’s been so many months. And it’s still not over! Some places have opened up, but it’s still not the same.
What happened to the last semester of life? Where did normalcy go? What happened to Everything We Knew?
Why can’t this just be a bad dream and we can wake up and start a new day like we used to? Why isn’t it over? Why doesn’t it stop? OK, ready to be done now!
Whoever you are, wherever you live, you’re affected by the pandemic. There’s a lot we can’t control. But we can try our best to stay healthy and let out all the stuff that’s churning around inside of us. We can let out some of the frustration - confusion - anger - sadness, ETC. We can catch a short break by focusing on something better, too.
Try one or more of the following journaling prompts to release a bit of your burn:Read more...