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Am I Normal? Teens and Emotional Health

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Item Number:
HRM 8058DV
22 min.
Closed Caption:
Human Relations Media
Grade Level:
7 - 12
Today's students face an enormous range of emotional issues—worries about academic performance, anxiety about how peers view them, problems with parents and teachers, concern over physical appearance, and much more. Using a combination of real kids talking about their problems, two teen hosts plus an adolescent psychologist, the program explores coping with anxiety, dealing with anger and rage, and experiencing sadness or depression. A psychologist presents common problems and points out the differences between "normal" reactions to stressors and situations, and when it might be necessary to get help. Video also covers the basics of good mental health, emphasizing what to do when ordinary anxiety deepens, or when worries become too overwhelming to handle without intervention. Teacher's Resource Book includes worksheets and activities to further explore this crucial topic.

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