What is the theory behind this anxiety worksheet for kids?
Common emotions associated with anxiety include “uneasiness” and “apprehension.” Everyone suffers from anxiety at some point. It is treatable when appropriately managed on time. It is common for teens to experience anxiety as teenage is a transitional state in which teens are going through both physical and emotional changes. CBT and Relaxation techniques are used to treat anxiety.
How will the worksheet help?
This worksheet can be used to psychoeducate clients about preventions and interventions for anxiety. The worksheet makes the client able to manage anxiety and prevent it.
How to use the worksheet?
During the session, the therapist provides the worksheet to the client and psycho-educates him/her about the preventions and interventions for anxiety.
Anxiety Worksheet For Teens
|Prevention includes techniques that we practise to prevent anxiety attacks. E.g., including walking daily in the routine, time management, or having quality sleep. On the other hand interventions include techniques that we practise to deal with anxiety when we experience it. E.g., Worry time activity, using diversions, or talking about your anxiety with someone whom you trust.|
List down the activities or techniques that you can use as a prevention or interventions for anxiety.
Schab, L. M. (2008). The anxiety workbook for teens: Activities to help you deal with anxiety & worry. Instant Help Books.
You can download this worksheet here.