What are the Best Anxiety Books for Teenagers?
I am frequently asked by parents for book recommendations for their teenagers struggling with anxiety. There are many great options out there, here are a some of them**:
- The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook. Though not targeted specifically to teens, this workbook for adults can help with both anxiety and phobias (fears).
The DBT Skills Workbook helps teens to build real-life skills to overcome panic and anxiety. Teens will explore ways to manage test anxiety, social stress, and anger management skills.
My Emotions: A Journal for Teens‘
Juggling emotions is complicated, especially for teens. In My Emotions, teens learn to journal and reflect on their feelings. They’ll learn mindfulness techniques to help with anxiety and enjoy a variety of exercises like drawing and writing prompts.
Being a teenager can really suck. In this teen guide, readers learn Acceptance and Commitment Therapy skills to help them journey through and overcome the sucky parts of life. In addition, the book takes a humorous look at stress that all teens can relate to.
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Dr. Sean Paul, MD is a psychiatrist who is certified in child, adolescent (teen) and adult psychiatry. He creates blogs and lists that can be helpful to people looking for Anxiety Books for Teens.