28 Feb book shows teens how to stay emotionally balanced
In “Emotional Core Therapy for Adolescents” (ISBN 1478160144), Robert A. Moylan presents five easy steps that will allow teens to master their mind. Based on the tenets of Emotional Core Therapy, this book is a unique approach to resolving mental health issues. The book guides adolescents through identifying and processing the four authentic feelings of joy, grief, fear and relief. By doing so, young adults can learn to tackle the root causes of debilitating emotional issues.
Moylan wrote the book to help teens gain emotional power and balance. It uses teen-friendly language and scenarios to help them process the intense feelings of fear and loss that can often accompany adolescence. Anger, addiction and teen romance are covered, as are the emotional hotspots that make these topics such trigger issues for adolescents.
The author reminds teens that emotional stress is going to hit them, whether they like it or not. By using the five steps outlined in this book, coupled with guided meditation, teens can learn to successfully prevent and manage depression, anxiety and anger issues.
“I wrote this book because it hurts me to see many of our teens suffering depression, anxiety, anger and addiction issues, most of which are very treatable by the mental health community,” says Moylan. “As a teen and young adult, I also suffered from these same mental health concerns.” As one of 13 kids raised by a single mom, the author had to be inventive in developing emotional coping strategies to find a way out of childhood despair.
Comprehensive and clearly-written “Emotional Core Therapy for Adolescents” introduces practical, useable aspects of psychology that teens can use to make a real difference in their life. Written by a teacher, coach and counselor who has lectured widely on his therapeutic techniques, it is a book parents can give to adolescents without hesitation.
“Emotional Core Therapy for Adolescents” is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author: Robert A. Moylan grew up on Chicago’s West Side as one of 13 children raised by a single mom. He attended Lake Forest Academy and Northwestern University on financial aid and scholarship. He has worked as a teacher, coach and counselor. He has delivered several lectures on his Emotional Core Therapy techniques as well as bullying, substance abuse and career counseling.
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