What Would A Teen Therapist Say?

A Note From The Santa Monica Teen & Family Therapist

I gently guide teens in thinking about who they truly are, what they want, and how to express themselves with kindness and grace.- Sandra

For teens in need of guidance during one of the most difficult transitions in life, I help them to become independent, self-aware and self-fulfilled young adults. In my book, What Would Your Teen Therapist Say?: A Workbook For Discovering Your True Self-Expression, I present weekly tasks and then provides space for readers to work through the self-reflection process in writing.

Thought-provoking themes in the workbook include listening closely to your conversations to make sure you’re saying what you really mean; paying attention to how you spend your time to determine the worthiness of those activities; examining your belief system to see if it still fits; or asking if yourself if your friends support you and your dreams.

I also invite the reader to identify inspirational moments in their own lives, and challenge them to find success in their failures, along with encouraging them to share the gift of their wisdom with others. Each weekly lesson prompts young readers to answer questions or imagine various scenarios designed to focus on the positive or help the reader develop courage and confidence.

If your teen or young adult child is struggling socially or emotionally, I can help you to discover the cause and remedy it.

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