“Talking About Adolescence: Anxiety, Depression, and Adolescent Mental Health” by Eichin Chang-Lim, OD, MS, MA and Lora L. Erickson, PhD, LCPC, LMHC-QS, LPC is a powerful guide for youth wellbeing

"Talking About Adolescence: Anxiety, Depression, and Adolescent Mental Health" by Eichin Chang-Lim, OD, MS, MA and Lora L. Erickson, PhD, LCPC, LMHC-QS, LPC is a powerful guide for youth wellbeing

“Talking About Adolescence: Anxiety Depression, and Adolescent Mental Health” by Eichin Chang-Lim, OD, MS, MA and Lora L. Erickson, PhD, LCPC, LMHC-QS, LPC has been released worldwide. This 362-page guidebook for teens, parents, guardians, and educators offers invaluable insight for navigating the challenges of transitioning from childhood to adulthood.

Written in accessible language perfect for young readers, the book tackles the difficult subject of adolescent mental health with grace and tact, reminding people that mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, that it is treatable, and that a healthy, happy life is possible. The authors employ modern scientific research, relatable anecdotes, and question prompts to help people reflect on challenges related to mental health – and offer practical exercises and resources to address them.

Through this first book in a forthcoming series that takes an overarching look at adolescent wellbeing, the authors aim to raise awareness about both internal and external forces that affect the adolescent mind, and arm readers with tools to navigate these challenges with confidence, patience, and compassion (especially for themselves). They address numerous contributing factors, including stress, bullying, social media, childhood trauma, and beyond to examine the root causes of anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and other struggles common among young adults – as well as potential solutions.

Inspiring, inclusive, and informative at every turn, the book serves as a reminder that no one is immune to difficulties with mental health. It also reinforces the importance of community, having space to talk about these issues, and that mental health can be worked on like physical fitness or any other aspect of overall wellbeing!

With powerful tools, informative insights, and broad accessibility for readers of all ages and backgrounds, Chang-Lim and Erickson have created a truly wonderful manual for adolescent mental health, laying the foundation for a healthier, happier society in the process.

Talking About Adolescence: Anxiety Depression, and Adolescent Mental Health (ISBN: 9781961532953) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including Barnes and Noble and Amazon. The paperback retails for $25.99 and the ebook retails for $8.99. Review copies and interviews are available upon request.

To learn more about Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim, please check out: www.EichinChangLim.com

From the back cover:

Want to transition from childhood to adulthood successfully? Discover how to empower yourself for a bright future.

If you’re looking for guidance and information on navigating the challenges of adolescence, Talking about Adolescence: Anxiety, Depression, and Adolescent Mental Health is a valuable resource. Written in a friendly and engaging way, this book provides helpful tips and examples for teenagers, parents, and guardians. It addresses critical issues such as mental health stigma, depression, social media pressures, self-harm, panic attacks, childhood trauma, neurodiversity, and much more! It’s the first book in the Talking About Adolescence series and is a must-have guide to thriving during those formative years.

Buy Talking About Adolescence to find self-empowerment today!

About the authors:

Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim eared her Master of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Science in Microbiology, and a Doctorate in Optometry. She is a multi-award-winning author, a wife, and a mother to two children. The genres of her books included romantic fiction, short stories, memoirs, and self-help. She is also passionate about acting, photography, music, and dance acrobatics. She and her husband live in Orange County, California with their poodle mixed named Gabby. Please check out www.EichinChangLim.com to learn more about Eichin.

Dr. Lora Erickson earned her Master of Arts in Counseling and her PhD in International Psychology. She is an award-winning researcher, full time professor, and part time therapist. She and her family live in Denver, Colorado. She is married with two children (teen and pre-teen) and has two lovable dogs (Daphne and Pavlov). Her hobbies include true crime, skiing, walking, running, baking, and traveling.

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