10 Minutes to Better Mental Health

A Step-by-Step Guide for Teens Using CBT and Mindfulness

What can you really do in 10 minutes? You can make a cup of tea or coffee, walk about 0.6 miles and now, with this book, you can improve your mental health.

No matter how busy or stressful your day, with 10-minute steps and quick exercises, you can better understand your experiences and learn how to survive setbacks. The book covers everything from dealing with worry and anxiety and building your confidence, to creating healthy life habits and positive relationships. It includes sections to read, questions to reflect on, video clips to watch and things to try out in your everyday life. Using evidence-based approaches like CBT and mindfulness, it will help you to get the best out of life and become the person you want to be.
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Press reviews for: 10 Minutes to Better Mental Health

Dr Victoria Khromova, Child and adolescent psychiatrist and parent coach

A truly comprehensive guide of CBT techniques for teens who are serious about taking control of their mental health 5 minutes at a time. Complex ideas are so accessibly explained with fun exercises, videos and great stories - and the format makes it easy to actually put it into practice in real life.

Trudie Chalder at Kings College, former BABCP President and Chronic Fatigue/Persistent Physical Symptoms Unit head

Lee David and Debbie Brewin provide a step-by-step approach to better mental health for young people, that can be tackled in brief chunks of time. The approach is based on the principles of cognitive behaviour therapy and mindfulness. It is easy to read and includes lots of inspiring and fun exercises to help you on your journey to developing health habits. Although written for young people it is a must read for people of any age.

Colin Tucker, Headteacher and Senior Mental Health Lead

10 Minutes to Better Mental Health is the perfect book for anyone looking to find a moment of calm in a busy day. Easy to follow activities will help you better understand yourself and how to regulate your moods.

Veronika Chidemo, (former) Assistant Head and Designated Senior Mental Health Lead, YMHFA Instructor and Consultant

The perfect book for your school's mental health library for young people! One of the best self-help books for young people I have come across. This interactive, practical guide that helps people take control and gain better self-awareness, emotional literacy and tools to enhance their mental health is invaluable.

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