Help young people to overcome shyness and build confidence through CBT-based and creative activities.
Social anxiety can have a profound effect on a young person’s life, with far-reaching effects on both their educational achievement and social development. Triggers can include fear of being judged, separation, bullying and pressures at school, giving rise to acute embarrassment, panic attacks, insomnia, self-harm and a general lack of emotional well-being.
These practical activities provide accessible strategies for overcoming social anxiety using both creative and CBT-based techniques to reduce levels of anxiety, change patterns of thinking and develop problem-solving strategies to help build confidence.
Includes worksheets and self-help exercises, as well as group and individual programmes.