“Dr. B” engages the reader with a kind, conversational tone. There is no lecturing. Her approach helps build self-confidence as it promotes awareness of choice-making and of possibilities available in life. She encourages problem-solving and constructive self-management as she guides teens and young adults on their path to resilience and success.
"The central question is “how can we help teens navigate successfully?” Dr. B to the rescue! This book gives teens all they need to succeed in today’s world. Everything [...] is covered in a manner that connects warmly with high-school aged kids."
"I like this book and wish I had it for my own teens when they were growing up. I’d say—read, enjoy, share with your friends and talk about it. What do they think?"
"Dr. Boskovitz has written an engaging book for teens ... and the format will pull the reader forward."
"Dr. Boskovitz taps into the central goal of adolescence: identity development. Her straight-forward method empowers teens and young adults to discover who they are and what they value."
"I Want To Be Me But I Don’t Know Who I Am will be a place where adolescents can get help/guidance to make decisions for their life and find refuge/protection from undue influences."
"This book is an absolute must for therapists, school counselors, teachers, and parents of teens and young adults. Dr. B. uses a fresh, down to earth approach to engage teens."
"Dr. Boskovitz is clearly gifted at understanding the minds of today’s adolescents and speaking to them in a way that they can relate to."
"Finally, a Self-Help program for teens that motivates and inspires students to achieve their potential!"
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Readers are engaged to use the Identity and Behavior Scales to become more aware of themselves and their behavior.
In addition, they are taught to use Decision Trees to assist with thinking about their personal preferences and the
consequences of their choices.