Does your student put off important tasks to play games, or surf the net? Procrastination is an emotionally driven problem that can cause lots of problems at school and home. This workbook uses the principals of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to help teens change this negative behavior.
Teens will enjoy this fun and easy guide that will help them to understand why they procrastinate and learn how to use their time more effectively so that they can get things done.
This workbook starts with a self examination of what is happening when a teen procrastinates. The following 12 chapters help students examine their thoughts and develop positive time management skills. Each chapter is easy to read with practical and actionable steps your student can take.
Written by William J Knaus, EdD, a licensed psychologist with over 40 years of clinical experience working with students who struggle with anxiety and depression.
Size: 8 x 0.5 x 10 inches