April 04, 2021

#BookReview: The Teen Girl's Anxiety Survival Guide by Lucie Hemmen






Synopsis: 10 powerful skills to help you deal with anxious thoughts and feelings—so you can get back to being a teen!

In a world where you face academic pressure, social media stress, and countless expectations from every direction, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. No wonder anxiety in teen girls is at an all-time high!  Luckily, there are proven strategies you can learn to feel better, cope better, and live your life with more confidence. 

In The Teen Girl’s Anxiety Survival Guide, you’ll find 10 strategies to help you cope with anxious thoughts and feelings in healthy ways. You’ll learn all about how anxiety works, and why you feel it; how to overcome negative thinking; mindfulness skills for calming your mind and body; and how self-compassion can help you cultivate a more positive outlook on life. You’ll also discover how to balance screen time and social media use; and strengthen relationships with family and friends, so you can get the support you need to be your best.

As a teen girl, sometimes you just need a space to breathe and be yourself. With this fun and friendly guide, you’ll learn to find that space within yourself—a place of your own where you can go anytime life feels a little too extra.



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My Review:  
As a mother of a teenage daughter and someone who has always struggled with anxiety I absolutely loved this book. It's broken down in terms that teens can easily understand and filled with tons of real life examples. There are so many useful tip and tricks to help manage and avoid anxiety.  There are also sections that prompt the reader to think and write about their anxiety.  I can see where this will be extremely helpful to teen girls with anxiety. There were even a few things I found myself wanting to try out to help reduce my anxiety as well. I think this book is a must read for teen girls or anyone who suffers from anxiety. 







About the Author

Lucie Hemmen, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in working with teens and their parents in private practice while raising two teen girls of her own, Marley and Daisy. She is author of Parenting a Teen Girl, and has written The Teen Girl’s Survival Guide for girls who identify social stress as a top concern. Hemmen lives and practices in Santa Cruz, CA.

Review

“The powerful message that ‘self-care isn’t selfish’ sets the compassionate tone of this guide for teen girls addressing their anxieties. Hemmen provides friendly yet direct and clear guidance on how to move through the process of managing emotions and thoughts to arrive at a more desirable place. Engaging stories from older teens and young adults offer hope that anxieties can be overcome.”
—Mary K. Alvord, PhD, psychologist, and coauthor of Conquer Negative Thinking for Teens and Resilience Builder Program for Children and Adolescents

The Teen Girl’s Anxiety Survival Guide first conveys the powerful message that anxious brains are rewired through practicing daily skills. Using a lighthearted and down-to-earth approach, Hemmen then explains in simple yet profound ways how to reduce anxiety and improve overall wellness. Teen girls will naturally absorb the messages in this book through engaging with the numerous activities designed to promote self-reflection and positive self-talk—how cool is that?”
—Sheila Achar Josephs, PhD, psychologist, and author of Helping Your Anxious Teen

“Lucie Hemmen’s latest book is an essential guide to help teen girls face their fears, comfort their fears, and challenge distorted thoughts that lead to false alarms. With a compassionate and caring tone, teens can access wisdom that will impact the rest of their lives. Parents will love the idea of having a resource to replace nagging with knowledge they can offer their daughters.”
—Lara Honos-Webb, PhD, psychologist, speaker, and author of Six Super Skills for Executive Functioning and The Gift of ADHD

“Another great book for teen girls by Lucie Hemmen! In The Teen Girl’s Anxiety Survival Guide, Lucie translates effective information into language teenage girls can hear and make sense of. She engages her readers while simultaneously providing tips that work and appeal along with the science and research behind them—a valuable combination!”
—Lisa M. Schab, LCSW, psychotherapist; and author of eighteen self-help books, including The Anxiety Workbook for Teens and Put Your Worries Here

The Teen Girl’s Anxiety Survival Guide is a youth’s go-to resource for overcoming anxiety and feeling more secure and confident. Lucie Hemmen does an excellent job explaining how to break down and confront anxious fears through powerful, evidence-based behavioral and self-care strategies. The Teen Girl’s Anxiety Survival Guide is a must-have book for any girl who wants to survive, thrive, and conquer their anxiety.”
—Raychelle Cassada Lohmann, PhD, counselor, educator, supervisor, clinical mental health counselor, and author of The Anger Workbook for Teens

“Lucie Hemmen’s The Teen Girl’s Anxiety Survival Guide offers user-friendly, easily digestible, practical tools and techniques to assist teenage girls (and their loved ones) to move past anxiety and live their best life. This book is written in clear language that impressively balances conveying critical information while still communicating in engaging, teen-friendly language. This book will help teen girls to feel educated, empowered, and ready to face their challenges head-on. I am excited to have this great book as a resource to recommend to my clients and other therapists at my practice.”
—Debra A. Kissen, PhD, MHSA, CEO of Light on Anxiety CBT Treatment Center

“Lucie Hemmen has created an essential guide for teen girls with anxiety. The book is packed with clear scientific explanations, practical and accessible strategies, and real-talk examples of how to manage anxiety when it arises. I will frequently recommend this book to the teen girls in my practice!”
—Jamie Micco, PhD, ABPP, cofounder and managing partner at The Concord Center in Concord, MA; and author of The Worry Workbook for Teens --This text refers to the paperback edition.









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