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Teen Addictions and Recovery Workbook: Facilitator Reproducible Self-Assessments, Exercises and Educational Handouts- John Liptak, Ester Leutenberg

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The Teen Addictions & Recovery Workbook contains six separate sections to help participants learn more about themselves as well how addictions are impacting their lives.  Use the exploratory activities, reflective journaling exercises and educational handouts to help teens discover their habitual and ineffective methods of managing addictions, and to explore new ways for bringing about healing.

Teen addictions come in many different shapes and forms. When most people hear the word addiction, they usually think of drug use and abuse. In reality, many different types of addictive behaviors exist. Addictions have very different effects on the body and mind of the person. Different types of addictions include drugs and alcohol, caffeine, cigarettes, steroids, computer use and social networking, gambling, cigarettes and cigars, video games, texting, pornography, sex, sugar, money, shopping, self-injury, exercising, thrill-seeking and prescription drugs.

Teens have these addictions for a variety of complicated reasons including:

  • To fit in
  • To be accepted
  • To change an image
  • To feel more social
  • To get in with a specific clique of peers
  • To feel excited when bored
  • To distance themselves from family
  • To provide distance from school problems
  • To relax from pressures of everyday life
  • To gain confidence and loosen inhibitions
  • To boost self-esteem
  • To feel less lonely
  • To ''numb'' feelings
  • To feel important
  • To feel less depressed
  • To feel less anxious
  • To rebel
  • To seem ''cool''

The Teen Addictions & Recovery Workbook contains six separate sections to help participants learn more about themselves as well how addictions are impacting their lives.

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Weight0.9 lbs
Dimensions10.9 × 8.6 × 0.5 in