MENTAL HEALTH AND LIFE SKILLS WORKBOOKS FOR TEENS
Facilitator Reproducible Self-Assessments, Exercises, and Educational Handouts
COMPLETE SET: 14 reproducible activity books
By John J. Liptak and Ester A. Leutenberg. How screwed up am I? Am I actually okay? How could I be better? Seizing upon teenagers’ interest in themselves, these sets of easy-to-use questionnaires motivate teenagers to examine their feelings, thoughts, and actions, and to see how they rate on scales that measure how they compare with other people. This use of scales not only helps students learn about themselves, but additionally shows that many alternative—often more positive—ways of feeling, thinking, and behaving exist, and the books introduce skills for moving toward the positive ends of the scales. Short-answer and short-essay reflective journaling prompts also play a large part in these self-exploratory activity books. The assessments and journaling exercises may be employed effectively with either individuals or groups, and can be used either independently or as part of an integrated curriculum. Spiralbound. 8½" x 11". Whole Person.
View sample pages from the titles in this series:
- Aggression and Bullying
- Conflict Management Skills
- Respect of Self and Others