The book of knowing : know how you think, change how you feel
—Smith, Gwendoline, author.
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"Informative and accessible, The Book of Knowing is a friendly, therapeutic guide for teens to understand and control their feelings. In 2015, clinical psychologist Gwendoline Smith began a Tumblr blog under the pseudonym Dr. Know. Her Gen Z-friendly approach to CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) resonated, and the idea for this book was born. With lively art, tangible advice, and immersive activities, this book is a handy guide for dealing with big feelings that provides humor, kindness, and manageable strategies for issues that can sometimes feel out of our control." -- Provided by publisher.

Item Details
Emotional intelligence -- Juvenile literature.
Emotions -- Juvenile literature.
Emotions -- Social aspects -- Juvenile literature.
Emotions -- Social aspects.
xi, 177 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
First published in 2017; revised edition published in 2019 by Allen & Unwin NZ (New Zealand).
Author's note
Chapter One: Figuring things out AKA philosophy 101
Chapter two: It's all connected
Chatper three: Simple as ABC
Chapter four: The part reality plays
Chapter five: Thought content
Chapter six: How to recognize a virus thought
Chapter seven: What now? How does all this theory work for me?
Chapter eight: Skills from the cognitive tool kit
Chapter nine: More helpful stuff
Chapter ten: Which track would you choose?
Chapter eleven: Winding down
In the end
Great minds that I have quoted
About the author.
Link to PAC
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