The Chronic Pain and Illness Workbook for Teens: CBT and Mindfulness-Based Practices to Turn the Volume Down on Pain

In this powerful workbook for teens, pediatric pain specialist Rachel Zoffness offers evidence-based strategies to help you turn the volume down on chronic pain and illness and get back to living your life.

Living with chronic pain and illness can be difficult, scary, and sometimes lonely. But if you’re one of the millions of teens who suffer from chronic pain, you should know that there are real tools you can use now to help you feel better. Blending cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), this workbook provides proven-effective solutions to help you take control of your pain and get back to being you!

With this powerful and easy-to-use workbook, you’ll learn how pain affects both your mind and body, how negative emotions can make pain worse, and strategies to help you turn the volume down on your pain, so you can go back to enjoying activities that you love. You’ll also learn mindfulness and relaxation exercises, including belly breathing and body scan to help manage pain in the moment.

The exercises and strategies in this book are rooted in research, fun to learn, and easy to practice. And the best part? You can carry them with you wherever you go. Take them out into the world and take charge of your pain—and your life!

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3 Comments

Anonymous on November 16, 2019 at 07:30.

Alternative to pain pills Chronic pain is as different from acute pain as the flu is from a cold. It disrupts mood, thinking, attention, behavior, and just leading a normal life. Coping with it calls for special skills that are not built into us. This book describes some really helpful solutions for teens with chronic pain, but making these solutions work is very different from swallowing a pain pill: it requires some active participation and practice. Simply reading the book would be like filling a prescription but…

Anonymous on November 16, 2019 at 07:43.

Incredible resource for young people! There are over 150 pages of an expert clinician infused into the pages of this workbook! Dr. Z’s workbook is a resource unlike any other available for young people with serious illness and pain. The book provides an opportunity for young people to explain their pain and learn about their pain, as well as countless tools for living with pain, thinking about pain, and talking about pain. The result of using this workbook is an incredibly comprehensive and personal journey through what is always a…

Anonymous on November 16, 2019 at 07:58.

This book is excellent! I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone. As a psychologist, I received literally no training in the treatment of chronic pain, so it has been distressing to have so many clients who have pain. Dr. Zoffness has written an easy-to-understand and practical guide to lowering a person’s pain. Each page is jampacked with examples and with simple exercises that can be easily-transferred to clinical work. I was really struggling with a client that I had been working with for…

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