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The Essential Moving Guided Journal for Teens: My Life and My Thoughts Before and After Moving Journal – June 14, 2014
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"The Guided Journal is a great document for any teen who's family may be relocating for any reason. The "guided" stem sentences provide great cues to help teens gather and organize their thoughts. . . . Whomever utilizes this book, it will provide them an opportunity to have a voice, to share their stories...even if no one, but them, ever reads it. What I like most about the journal is that it is not linear. One can jump around and fill out whichever section they wish depending on how they feel and what is going on in their life at the moment. It truly provides a great opportunity to process feelings and emotions. It's extraordinary!" -Tracy Jackson, PhD, School Counselor Supervisor
About the Author
Sara Boehm has lived the world of corporate relocation, moving 12 times as a child and as an adult. Taking her own experiences in moving as well as those of friends and family, Boehm provides practical advice and encouragement to all going through the process of relocation, especially focusing on those moving their children. Boehm is Founder and CEO of Essential Engagement Services, offering resources and guides to help employees and their families whose lives are being disrupted by relocation.
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While some might think this too content-light, as a therapist who gives pre-field and repatriation training for expatriate families (all of whom move frequently), I was pleased to see how the questions prompt teens to interact with and put into practice the concepts and behaviors I teach. The questions gently guide them through the moving process, giving them opportunity to express feelings, but also to plan their priorities, become aware of their expectations, consider their internal resources, and explore new ideas and behavior.
I highly recommend this for teens who are moving, whether to a different city, state or country. In fact, it would even be helpful for adults who are inclined to journal through the moving process. For teens who prefer to talk instead of write, this could be used as a discussion tool - either between parent and teen or for the whole family (e.g. at the dinner table).