Put Your Feelings Here: A Creative DBT Journal for Teens with Intense Emotions
- Journaling is an effective adjunct to talk therapy
- Provides a safe and creative space for teens to express themselves
- 100 engaging and action-oriented prompts grounded in DBT
- Teens will find new ways to manage emotions, feel balance, & be calm & happy
A fun and creative journal to help teens balance their emotions, deal with difficult experiences, and just be themselves.
Journaling exercises are a proven-effective adjunct to talk therapy—helping teens bypass defenses, explore feelings in a non-threatening manner, and develop trust in their own coping skills. This journal marks the second addition to the Instant Help Guided Journals for Teens series, which offer evidence-based therapeutic tools in a format that appeals to teens.
Life is full of reasons to feel angry, sad, scared, overwhelmed, and frustrated—and that’s okay! Put Your Feelings Here is a safe and creative space for teens to work through difficult emotions using 100 engaging and action-oriented prompts grounded in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). With this journal, teens will find 100 new ways to release, reduce, and manage intense emotions in the moment so they can feel balanced, calm, and happy again. Using these fun prompts, they will learn how to express themselves creatively through writing, art, and more.
Emotions are a normal, healthy part of being human—and emotions can be excellent fuel for art and writing. This journal can be a special place for teens to write down feelings, make their own rules, and expressing themselves.
Softcover, 224 pages, ages 13-18