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Published: 26 July 2007

208 Pages


ISBN: 9780195313024

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What You Must Think of Me

A Firsthand Account of One Teenager's Experience with Social Anxiety Disorder

Emily Ford, Michael Liebowitz, and Linda Wasmer Andrews

Adolescent Mental Health Initiative

  • The inspiring true story of one young woman's struggle with social anxiety disorder, offering a wealth of expert advice designed especially for teens
  • Optimistic and practical guide designed for adolescents who have social anxiety disorder or are at risk for developing it
  • Combines professional advice and practical daily-management tips, oriented toward teens, with the first-hand experience of the author
  • Provides an accessible but in-depth look at the causes, treatment, and management of social anxiety disorder in adolescents
  • Authoritative and insightful, yet witty and accessible
  • This is one of 12 trade paperbacks in the Adolescent Mental Health Initiative trade series, sponsored by the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands as part of a broad effort to educate the public and improve the nation's understanding of and response to adolescent mental illness.

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