“Lemons or Lemonade? An Anger Workbook for Teens” is a valuable resource authored by Jane F. Gilgun, PhD, LICSW, aimed at helping adolescents understand and effectively manage their anger. This comprehensive workbook acknowledges that anger is a natural emotion but emphasizes the importance of guiding teens towards expressing it constructively.
Social workers, therapists, and professionals working with teenagers can utilize this workbook in various ways. It can be employed in group settings, providing a structured framework for discussions and exercises that promote self-awareness and effective anger management. Additionally, it serves as a valuable tool in individual counseling sessions, enabling professionals to tailor the content to meet the specific needs of each teen.
Moreover, “Lemons or Lemonade?” can be integrated into family therapy sessions, fostering communication and understanding within families dealing with anger-related issues. Professionals can also incorporate it into anger management programs, offering teens a comprehensive curriculum for developing essential skills.
This versatile resource encourages open dialogue and self-reflection while providing practical strategies to transform negative emotions into positive growth, making it a valuable asset for professionals working with teenagers facing anger challenges.
- Reasons to be Angry
- Do You Deserve it?
- Do Other Teens Deserve it?
- People I Respect
- What Do You Do When You are Angry?
- Anger is Like a Sour Lemon Taste
- Doing Things to Feel Better
- Feeling Better…for a Little While
- The Endless Circle
- Making Lemonade
- Adults I Can Talk to
- Lemons or Lemonade?
- Your Turn
- The Making Lemonade Checklist
- Doing Something Really Well
- Further Reading
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