The Anger Workbook for Teens, Second Edition
- Fully revised and updated based on reader feedback
- Includes activities that facilitate insight & helps identify triggers
- Learn strategies for managing anger & staying calm
This second edition of The Anger Workbook for Teens includes brand-new activities to help teen understand and interact with their anger, and tips for managing it in constructive ways.
Between family life, friends, social media, and the pressures of school, there’s no doubt that it’s stressful being a teenager. And while anger is a natural human emotion, different people handle it differently. Some hold in their anger and let it build, some lash out with hurtful words, and some resort to fighting. This second edition of The Anger Workbook for Teens includes brand-new skills and activities based in clinically proven treatments such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help teens deal with negative thoughts without losing control. Teens will find out what’s triggering their anger, look at the ways they react, be more aware of their thoughts and how they interact with them, and learn skills and techniques for managing anger without losing their cool. Teens will develop a personal anger profile and learn to notice the physical symptoms they feel when they become enraged, then find out how to calm those feelings and respond more sensitively to others. Once teens fully understand their anger, they’ll be better prepared to deal with their feelings in the moment.
Raychelle Cassada Lohmann, PhD, LPC, is a national board-certified and licensed counselor. Raychelle has worked as a clinician and a school counselor at middle and high school levels and has helped hundreds of teens deal with feelings of frustration and anger. She has participated in and conducted extensive research on anger and aggression and specializes in individual and group counseling for anger management. She is author of The Anger Workbook for Teens, and coauthor of The Bullying Workbook for Teens and The Sexual Trauma Workbook for Teen Girls. She also writes the Psychology Today blog Teen Angst, and is a regular parenting contributor for U.S. News & World Report.
Softcover, 184 pages