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Teens often worry about school, friends, dating, and what the future holds. But chronic worrying can take a toll both mentally and physically--leading to insomnia, difficulty paying attention, and even headaches and stomachaches. Written by a Harvard faculty member and expert in teen anxiety, this is the first book to target chronic, debilitating worry in teens, and offers effective, easy-to-understand cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) exercises to alleviate worry symptoms and prevent them from escalating into full-blown generalized anxiety disorder.

Produktbeschreibung
Teens often worry about school, friends, dating, and what the future holds. But chronic worrying can take a toll both mentally and physically--leading to insomnia, difficulty paying attention, and even headaches and stomachaches. Written by a Harvard faculty member and expert in teen anxiety, this is the first book to target chronic, debilitating worry in teens, and offers effective, easy-to-understand cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) exercises to alleviate worry symptoms and prevent them from escalating into full-blown generalized anxiety disorder.
Autorenporträt
Jamie A. Micco, PhD, is clinical psychologist in the child and adolescent cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) program at Massachusetts General Hospital, and associate professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School. She is the director of the Intensive Outpatient CBT Service within the Child and Adolescent CBT Program. Micco received her PhD in psychology from Boston University, where she completed her clinical and research training at the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders. She specializes in CBT for children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety and mood disorders. Her research primarily focuses on information-processing biases, and novel treatments for remediating these biases, in anxious and depressed youth.