Start by marking Helping Young People to Beat Stress as Want to Read .
Start by marking Helping Young People to Beat Stress as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Sarah McNamara provides advice, information and techniques on mental and physical ways of coping with stress, study skills and time management, communication skills, and coping with depression and anxiety. This book should prove invaluable reading for everyone who works with teenagers.
Sarah McNamara, a clinical psychologist experienced in teenage mental health, writes that "stress is a natural part of. .
Sarah McNamara, a clinical psychologist experienced in teenage mental health, writes that "stress is a natural part of life". Dr McNamara is well qualified to provide it. Everything she writes here is well founded both in theory and in common sense: having enough to eat, sleeping well, not drinking too much, enjoying life, not worrying about things that you can't control. The implicit message is that there aren't any magical shortcuts, but that by the application of some clear, simple techniques, you can start to feel better.
Young people are experiencing more social and psychological problems than ever before. How to Beat Stress' is the essential guide to helping teenagers minimise stress in their lives, both at school and at home.
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Stress in young people is increasing at an alarming rate. It has, however, become impossible to ignore this need.
McNamara, S, S. 2005 - Continuum - London. Your Bibliography: McNamara, S, S. (2005). In-text: (McNamara, S, 2005).
A Practical Resource for Schools. Books related to Stress Management Programme For Secondary School Students. Everything is geared towards making it readable and interesting for young people without losing sight of the needs of the curriculum.
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