The Bullying Workbook for Teens
Activities to Help You Deal with Social Aggression and Cyberbullying
Published by: New Harbinger Publications
Imprint: Instant Help
The Bullying Workbook for Teens incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help ease anxiety, fear, stress, and other emotions associated with being bullied. The workbook is made up of 42 step-by-step self-help activities designed to help you learn anti-bullying tips and strategies, manage emotions such as anxiety, fear, anger, and depression, and learn constructive communication skills to help you express your feelings.
With this workbook as your guide, you will also learn how to identify toxic friendships, how to build your own self-confidence, and importantly, how to ask for help when bullying gets out of control. The exercises in this book are designed to be useful in everyday situations, so that you gain helpful tools to help you combat bullying or cyberbullying in your life. Bullying can happen to anyone, but there is hope to make a change and stand up for yourself, once and for all.
If you are experiencing bullying, this book will offer sound psychological support to help you gain confidence in yourself and in your interactions with others. It is also a great resource for parents, educators, and counseling professionals.
“The Bullying Workbook for Teens is a remarkable, relevant resource for both teens and professionals. The activities are engaging and offer practical strategies to help teens work through and cope with bullying situations, while also raising their self-confidence. As I read it, I found tools to implement in my own work with teens. This book offers eye-opening insights and will be useful to any teen who has been victimized by bullies.”
—Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees & Wannabes, the book that inspired the motion picture, Mean Girls
“The Bullying Workbook for Teens is a non-judgmental companion, reflection aid, and an ‘aha’ moment-maker for isolated teens. It's also a much-needed tool for clinicians. I recommend it highly and look forward to using it myself.”
—Rachel Simmons, author of Odd Girl Out