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Learn how to believe in yourself and know your worth—a social anxiety workbook for teens
Social anxiety is a common issue among teens, but this workbook has powerful tools that can help. The Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens delivers everything you need to get a handle on your fear, uncertainty, and doubt through tangible strategies and real-world exercises that can work wonders.
Using clinically proven techniques like mindfulness, acceptance, and cognitive restructuring, this social anxiety workbook for teens can help you navigate uneasy social situations, overcome anxiety-provoking triggers, and develop a customized plan to help you thrive at home, at school, and beyond. Now there’s a smarter, easier way to feel more confident and self-assured every day by reducing stress—10 minutes a day is all it takes!
This social anxiety workbook for teens includes:
Brain training—Discover dozens of quick exercises that can help soothe anxiousness.
Straight talk—This clear, concise social anxiety workbook for teens uses plain language that speaks directly to you.
Stay positive—Explore evidence-based lessons that can improve the likelihood of a positive outcome.
Find out how you can tackle social anxiety with The Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens.
About the Author
" Sally-Ann Janece Stevens, LCSW, M.Ed., PPSC, is a school mental health administrator in the Los Angeles Unified School District. She sits on the board of Friends of School Mental Health, a nonprofit that supports students in crises. Sally’s also the founder of Anchor Yourself Wellness, which offers mental health services and consultation for children, individuals, and families. She lives in Huntington Beach, California, with her husband and two kids. "
“Sally Stevens’s Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens is an immensely helpful guide filled with practical and realistic tools, tips, exercises, and worksheets for teens (and adults). So often in the mental health field, we find great ideas with few practical ways to implement the information that is easily understandable and digestible. This is one. Rooted in evidence-based treatments and theories, this Chicken Soup for the Soul-like workbook offers ways to manage stress, overcome anxiety, and promote good mental health. Anyone can benefit from the exercises that are included.” —Brandon M. Combs, MNA, Executive Director of nonprofit Erika's Lighthouse
“Written in a playful, accessible style, Sally Stevens’s Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens is a smart mix of autobiography, street smarts, research, and practical solutions for teenagers experiencing social anxiety. With its cut-to-the-chase writing style, colorfully designed layout, and supportive exercises, Stevens’s fascinating take on social anxiety as a hidden superpower turns the table on fear and shame, giving confidence and injections of self-esteem to her teenage audience. Because she owns her struggles and successes and supports her work with current research, readers can be reassured that Stevens’s guidance will help them achieve their personal goals.” —Dr. Tory Cox, Associate Director of VAC Field Education Clinical at USC
“If you are ready to get your social anxiety under control, Sally Stevens’s Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens is the guide for you. This workbook has everything a teen (or adult) needs to get started today. It’s filled with exercises, examples, and explanations to help you strategize ways to manage the stress and anxiety that many individuals encounter. Easy to understand, these evidence-based practices will help jump-start the changes in your life that you would like to see.” —Peggy Kubert, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
“Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens is an amazing resource by an author who is knowledgeable and in touch with teenagers' emotions, feelings, and thoughts. I admire Sally Stevens' work, and this book serves as a useful tool for faculty and staff to positively influence our students. I am personally looking forward to putting a copy into every adult in our school’s hands.” —St. Claire Adriaan, Principal of Academy of the City Charter School