The Self-Confidence Workbook for Teens

Mindfulness Skills to Help You Overcome Social Anxiety, Be Assertive, and Believe in Yourself


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Gain the confidence you need to succeed—in school, with friends, and in life!

Are you afraid to try new things for fear of failure? Do you second-guess yourself or doubt your abilities? Do you hesitate to speak up in class because you may be wrong, or people might laugh at you? If so, you may have a problem with self-confidence—and you are far from alone. Many teens struggle with low confidence and self-esteem. This workbook can help.

Written by teen mental health experts, The Self-Confidence Workbook for Teens offers powerful mindfulness skills and activities to help you gain confidence in your abilities, be more assertive, and start believing in your own awesomeness! You’ll learn how to ease feelings of self-doubt, and quiet that pesky inner critic who says you aren’t good enough, smart enough, or attractive enough. Most importantly, you’ll find tools to help you cultivate an inner “ally” who always has your back in difficult, stressful, or intimidating situations.

If you’re ready to start living with confidence, this workbook will help you believe in you—so you can reach your highest goals!

Written by Ashley Vigil-Otero, Christopher Willard
Paperback ISBN 9781648480492
Grades 6-12
152 pages
Release Date March 1, 2023

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Ashley Vigil-Otero, PsyD, is a psychologist in private practice, an author, and a consultant at the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM). She has trained at Harvard Medical School and Vanderbilt University, and has taught at the University of South Florida. She practices in Florida, where she specializes in compassion-oriented psychotherapy with clients throughout the lifespan. Raised in a multicultural family, she has long-standing interests in cultural humility and diversity in mental health.

Christopher Willard, PsyD, is a psychologist and educational consultant based in Boston, MA. He has been practicing meditation for twenty years and has led hundreds of workshops around the world, with invitations to more than two-dozen countries. He has presented at TEDx conferences, and his expertise has been showcased in The New York Times, The Washington Post,, and elsewhere. He teaches at Harvard Medical School; and enjoys traveling, hiking, cooking, reading and writing, and being a father.

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