Express Yourself: A Teen Girl's Guide to Speaking Up and Being Who You Are
- This easy to read guidebook is designed to help girls navigate their teen years and proudly be themselves
- Covers topics like, taking charge of your thoughts and feelings, dealing with friends and frenemies, navigating social media and texting troubles and more
By Emily Roberts, MA, LPC Forward by Jennifer L. Hartstein, PsyD
Learn how to speak up and shine with confidence!
Being a teen girl isn't easy, so communicating with confidence--especially when the going gets tough--is key. Your teen years are about discovering who you are, becoming more independent, and developing real connections with friends. But when you former BFFs turn into mean girls, and your parents just don't get it, you may find yourself frustrated and unable to express yourself in healthy, productive ways. Don't you wish there were a road map to help you communicate effectively?
Packed with fun and helpful tips, this guide will teach you how to express yourself in any situation, whether you're talking to your friends or parents, or dealing with bullies, cliques, and crushes. You'll also discover ways to speak up when you're upset, be assertive, and stay cool when intense emotions take over.
Learn healthy ways to:
-Take charge of your thoughts and feelings
-Deal with friends and frenemies
-Navigate social media and texting troubles
232 pages, 8 x 6.1 x .5 inches, paperback.
About the Author: Emily Roberts, MA, LPC, is not your average psychotherapist. She splits her time between working in New York City and Austin, Texas. She has positioned herself as both a mental health expert and a liaison between girls and their parents, with an emphasis on healthy and effective communication skills.
Emily is aware of the challenges faced by both teens and women, and has built a practice by positioning herself as therapeutic mentor and consultant. Emily is a media contributor and is a regular guest on HLN's Dr. Drew on Call, educational speaker, author of several blogs and articles including HealthyPlace.com's Building Self-Esteem Neurogistics Corporation. You will find Emily leading groups for girls as young as five and as old as 40, as well as parents and educators of topics including: technology, self-esteem, trauma, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills, confidence, leadership, friendship skills, and stress reduction activities with an emphasis on creating healthy boundaries with technology.