Depression: A Teen’s Guide To Survive And Thrive By Jacqueline B Toner English
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Seller:the_nile99%, Location:Sydney, AU, Ships to: WORLDWIDE, Item:131984029452Depression: A Teen’s Guide to Survive and Thrive by Jacqueline B. Toner (English. By Jacqueline B. Toner, Claire A.B. Freeland. Subtitle A Teen’s Guide to Survive and Thrive. Short Title Depression. Language English. NZ Release Date 2016-10-17. AU Release Date 2016-10-17. Publication Date 2016-10-17.Condition:Brand new, ISBN-13:9781433822742, Book Title:Depression, ISBN:9781433822742, EAN:9781433822742, Publication Year:2016, Type:Textbook, Format:Paperback, Subject Area:Clinical Psychology, Language:English, Publication Name:Depression: a Teen’s Guide to Survive and Thrive, Item Height:229mm, Claire A.B. Freeland, Jacqueline B. Toner, Publisher:American Psychological Association, Item Width:152mm, Subject:Medicine, Number of Pages:208 Pages See More
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Depression: A Teen’s Guide To Survive And Thrive
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Depression: A Teens Guide to Survive and Thrive by Jacqueline B. Toner, PhD, and Claire A. B. Freeland, PhD, draws on Cognitive Behavior Therapy to help teens understand depression, and provides practical information on actions they can take to start feeling better.
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Review Of Depression: A Teens Guide To Survive And Thrive
Psychology Student Network
Reviewed by Jasmine Booker. Jasmine graduated with a BA in psychology from SUNY Purchase College in May 2020. She has completed a post baccalaureate program and is currently an intern at New York Medical College for a pediatric psychologist, Lila Pereira, PhD.
Jacqueline B. Toner, PhD, and Claire A. B. Freeland, PhDPublisher: American Psychological AssociationAlso available on:
Depression can be a very complex and difficult topic to discuss and convey. It is all the more challenging being the teenager experiencing it. The book Depression A Teens Guide to Survive and Thrive is a teen friendly book that focuses on defining, pinpointing patterns of, and practically combating depression among teenagers.
The book progresses chapter by chapter starting with a definition and adding clarity about what depression is and how it may show up in the life of teens. As the pages turn, there are chapters such as The Loop of Depression and The Impact of Your Thoughts. Throughout these chapters, teens are encouraged to be open to getting help when necessary. They are also faced with real and hopeful truths that validate their experience, but also offer assistance on how to be aware of themselves, and to take a proactive stance in their battle against depression.
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