Forget Positive Thinking – Try This to Curb Teen Anxiety Psych Center with Renee Jain MAPP
The research underway for my new workbook project for parents, teachers, and mentors, requires activities and exercises at the end of each chapter. “I Worry About the Kids” will offer the reader and workshop attendees to think about their own circumstances and needs at home or school, and develop a plan of action. I like this idea of looking at “distorted thinking” and actively translating to “accurate thinking.” My goal is to find examples of actions and exercises that will help parents and teachers help kids deal with anxiety and depression in constructive and well received ways that make sense to children. Lecturing platitudes and making judgements that create negative energy and knock kids down, never worked from my experience as a child and as a parent. Take a look at this “accurate thinking” idea and tell me what you think. Other ideas are most welcome as we build the workbook product.
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