Helping Your Angry Teen: How to Reduce Anger and Build Connection Using Mindfulness and Positive Psychology

Author(s): Mitch R. Abblett, PhD

Anger | Teens

Are you at your wits end dealing with an angry teen? This important guide offers frustrated parents powerful mindfulness tips to navigate heated moments of interaction with their child, as well as skills based in positive psychology to foster compassion, caring, and lasting connection.

Does your teen get angry easily or act out? You aren't alone. Parenting a teen is hard enough, but parenting an angry teen is especially difficult. You might feel unable to keep your own cool during disagreements, or even worry that your relationship with your teen is doomed. So, how can you make sure you stay grounded when the drama rises and reestablish a sense of connection?

Written by a psychologist and teen expert, this book offers techniques based in mindfulness, compassion, and positive psychology to help you face the challenges that parenting an angry teen presents. You ll discover the clinical and psychological underlying conditions that can contribute to teen anger, skills for improving communication, and mindfulness tips for staying calm yourself. In addition, you ll learn skills for reestablishing a compassionate and connected relationship.

If you re ready to take control of your own reactions and start reconnecting with your angry teen, this book will help guide the way.


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"Helping Your Angry Teen offers clear, useful tools for parents, therapists, and other caregivers to help the angry teenagers in their lives. Adults new to mindfulness might find the tools developed by Mitch Ablett to help angry teens feel better will help them feel better, too." --Susan Kaiser Greenland, author of Mindful Games and The Mindful Child

Mitch R. Abblett, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and clinical director of the Manville School, a therapeutic day school program in Boston, MA, serving children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties. He maintains a private practice, and has written regarding mindfulness, clinical work, and youth mental health needs. He conducts national and international trainings on mindfulness and its applications.

General Fields

  • : 9781626255760
  • : New Harbinger Publications
  • : New Harbinger Publications
  • : May 2017
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Mitch R. Abblett, PhD
  • : Paperback
  • : 649.125
  • : 176
  • : JM