Thrive for Teenagers

 

Get psychological help in Cambridge and teach your teenagers to Thrive!

Thrive for Teenagers is a condensed version of the main Thrive Programme workbook, with the key information extracted and integrated into a fun design, geared specifically toward tweens and teens.

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The Thrive for Teenagers Programme accompanied by the workbook, can be delivered either by a Thrive Programme Consultant, or at home with the encouragement of a parent/caregiver who has already undertaken The Thrive Programme themselves.

It is designed to help children get the most out of their lives and teach them to create the strong psychological foundations needed to become happy and contented adults. The particular highlights of the workbook are that it is written specifically for the age group, it features a step by step guidance with end of chapter ‘Action! Points’, and enables children and teenagers to get a head start in life. Throughout the short five week course, they will gain an understanding of their psychological make up, be encouraged to recap on fun and interactive exercises, and build self-esteem and resilience.

Most psychological symptoms and problems are underpinned and maintained by the individual’s limiting beliefs and unhelpful thinking styles, no matter what age you are! The Thrive principles explored in the workbook aim to equip teenagers with adequate internal skills, encouraging them to overcome existing symptoms, and to understand the origin of symptoms to prevent creation or re-occurrence. Furthermore, developing beyond this understanding allows for the individual to embrace future problems or challenges in life, facing external change with psychological strength and resilience.


 

If you are a parent or caregiver and would like to help a younger family member or a teenager you know, please get in touch today to book a consultation chat. I am certificated for full enhanced DBS Disclosure, and I provide a safe space to include all members of the LGBTQ community.

 

 

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