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teens

By Kelly Skeen and Michelle Skeen, PsyD, authors of Just As You Are

How many times have you looked at your phone today? 10? 20? 30? 40? If you’re an average tween or teen you’ve looked at your phone 46 times. And, you’ve spent a third of your day using media—Instagram, Facebook, online videos, and music. Maybe you do it without thinking.

By Jonathan Barkin, PsyD, author of The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens

Teens’ developmental stage, desire for independence, and busy lives can make consistent completion of homework challenging. Here are five ways to increase homework compliance:

By Jamie A. Micco, PhD

Avoidance of feared situations is a core feature of anxiety disorders. While avoidance is usually pretty easy to detect, some forms of avoidance are not so obvious. Indeed, some anxious kids may not overtly avoid a situation, but are sure to take specific actions to prevent a bad outcome. These actions are known as safety behaviors.

by Janina Scarlet, PhD, author of Superhero Therapy

Illustrations by Wellington Alves

 

We didn’t see the explosion. We didn’t hear it either. We lived approximately 160 miles away.

By Caren Baruch-Feldman, PhD 

Part two of a three-part series on fostering grit in teen clients. Read part one here.

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