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The Adolescent Self

Strategies for Self-Management, Self-Soothing, and Self-Esteem in Adolescents

28 August 1991


Dr. David Wexler describes an innovative treatment program for troubled adolescents that addresses central problems of the "self."

The problems of substance abuse, anxiety, aggression, self-destructive behavior, eating disorders, and mood swings can usually be traced to fundamental deficits, particularly in the ability to self-soothe. This book models a range of carefully designed strategies to address these central problems of the adolescent self.

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157 x 236 mm • 210 pages


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