The Mindfulness Journal for Teens: Prompts and Practices to Help You Stay Cool, Calm, and Present (Paperback)
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Practice keeping calm and staying positive―a mindfulness journal for teens
Between school stress, extracurriculars, friend drama, and more, being a teenager is tough. Mindfulness—pausing to experience the present moment only—is a great way to stay focused and practice dealing with one feeling at a time. This mindfulness journal is especially for teens, offering a toolbox of simple breathing exercises, easy meditations, and dozens of writing prompts that help you bring mindfulness into your daily routine. By spending just a few minutes with it every day, you can make your life feel calmer, more focused, and easier.
The Mindfulness Journal for Teens includes:
- Teen survival skills―Anyone can benefit from mindfulness, but these examples and prompts focus on issues teens are going through, like self-esteem, family relationships, and worries about the future.
- Quick and easy―Find exercises that you can do anytime in just a few minutes, like power posing, mindful eating, and mindful walking.
- Inspirational quotes—Read powerful words from a variety of figures that encourage you to find your strength and face your fears.
Find out how to stay clear-headed and in the moment with a guided journal that explores mindfulness for teens.
About the Author
JENNIE MARIE BATTISTIN, MA, LMFT, is a licensed marriage family therapist. She graduated cum laude with a master’s in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University. She has been a facilitator for The Angst Movie: A Documentary on Anxiety and is the founding director of Hope Therapy Center Inc. Marriage and Family Counseling.
"A powerful resource to have for anyone working with adolescents who want to live a less stressful, more fulfilled life. This journal offers powerful mindfulness exercises in a clear, simple, friendly, easy-to-use format that teens—and adults—can use!"—Blanca Orellana, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, UCLA Director of Clinical Training, Assistant Director, Stress, Trauma And Resilience Clinic and Division of Population Behavioral Health
"A must-have for any teen. With the amount of pressure and stimulation teens are subjected to these days, this tool that teaches them how to slow down and look within is so very needed. Battistin successfully makes meditation relevant and accessible to even the most reluctant teens."—Maureen Fitzgerald, Parenting Influencer, WisconsinMommy.com
"The Mindfulness Journal for Teens is a great resource for both parents and professionals working with kids. It’s plainly laid out for ease of use, so it’s not overwhelming or intimidating, but the prompts and activities are engaging enough to hook teens and keep them interested, that’s where the magic is."—Cristie Ritz-King, LPC, NCC, RYT, Psychotherapist & Parenting Coach, CristieRitzKing.com