A new handbook gives teens tools to handle anxiety.
From big tests to small slights, teenagers encounter potential sources of fear, worry and even panic almost constantly. Some skills to deal with those anxieties are the core of a “survival guide” written specifically for adolescents.
Shannon is a co-founder of the Santa Rosa Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She has also written a Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens, and for adults, the soon-to-be-published “Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind.” There’s more on on the North Bay Report webpage at KRCB dot org/news. Hear this story on demand with our free KRCB mobile app. You can also find this and past stories on our new North Bay Report Facebook page. Comment, share and give us a like there. Follow the North Bay Report on Twitter @KRCBNews.