In a constantly changing world, young people need resources for mental health issues more than ever before. Founded by renowned child psychologist Lawrence Shapiro, Instant Help Books offers fun and easy-to-use workbooks to teach children and teens effective skills for dealing with a variety of mental health issues and life challenges. Whether they are dealing with depression, anxiety, bullying, or any traumatic experience, these evidence-based self-help books will provide children and teens with the tools they need to thrive—at home, in the classroom, and beyond.
Feel free to browse our catalog below, or if you’d like a free sample of these books download our guide: 6 Skills Every Teen Needs to Survive High School. In it the editors here at New Harbinger Publications have sifted through the dozens of titles in this series to bring together six key research-based psychological skills that offer an excellent example of the scope, breadth, and quality of these books.
The Gaming Overload Workbook
Goodnight Mind for Teens
Colleen E. Carney3.357145
Stuff That's Loud
Ben Sedley and Lisa W. Coyne4.2
Rewire Your Anxious Brain for Teens
Debra Kissen, Ashley D. Kendall, Michelle Lozano and Micah Ioffe4.142855
The Stress Survival Guide for Teens
The Mindfulness Workbook for Teen Self-Harm
Gina M. Biegel and Stacie Cooper3.625
From Anger to Action
Mitch R. Abblett3.2
The Adopted Teen Workbook