Articles  and Media by Jennifer Shannon

 

 


Daniella DeCoursey from 
ATTN.com interviewed me for this article on how to help a friend with social anxiety. She asked some great questions and this article is full of useful tips! Read the interview here.

Don’t Let Terrorism Hijack Your Brain

Terrorism and mass shootings activate the fear of the unknown.  Find out what you can do to remain calm.  By Jennifer Shannon, Anxiety and Depression Association of America
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February 2017 – You’re Not Alone
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High Anxiety  How to keep calm and carry on. Download pdf | Read Online

You Don’t Need a Pill For That – Everyone gets anxious from time to time. A healthy dose of anxiety motivates us to challenge ourselves Download pdf 

 

Feeling Anxious?  You’re Not AloneHow to cope with anxiety during economic stress.  By Jennifer Shannon, Press Democrat
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New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

Exposure techniques for treating social perfectionism by Jennifer Shannon, LMFT, published in the New Harbinger Press. Techniques are provided to help you treat social perfectionism.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. 

Listen to Jennifer Shannon’s interview with Anne Hill on Dream Talk Radio
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KRCB RADIO “Overcoming Teenage Social Anxiety”

Jennifer Shannon’s  book The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens, is designed to coach teens through their worries, helping them gain confidence. Shannon, says that CBT is a good tool for gradually taking control of thoughts, feelings and actions. Shannon was inspired to write the book after her own daughter, Rose, developed Social Anxiety Disorder. KRCB speaks with both.   Listen Online

Teen Social Anxiety Disorder: Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions That Work

The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens: CBT and ACT Skills to Help Build Social Confidence, by Jennifer Shannon, LMFT (Instant Help Books, New Harbinger, 2012)     Watch this VIDEO: Rose speaks about her social anxiety as a teen and how cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) helped her.    Interviewed by Jean Kaplan Teichroew, ADAA Director of Communications

 Social Anxiety In Children

 Synopsis: Social anxiety disorder is more than just shyness. It can be crippling and keep people completely inside the house. An expert whose daughter was afflicted discusses social anxiety warning signs in children and how the disorder can be treated.

Host: Lynn Holley. Guest: Jennifer Shannon, co-founder of Santa Rosa Center for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Santa Rosa, CA and author of The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens and The Anxiety Survival Guide for Teens.

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