"This accessible workbook should be available in all types of (young adult) collections."--(Wilson Library Journal). S.E.E.K. sparks discussion about emotions, helps teens practice self-respect & respect for others, deal with anger, examine their beliefs & values. Teens like its "short attention-span" concept, examples & illustrations. "With a refreshing & straightforward style, Roth- Nelson speaks to teens in a language they can understand. No issue is too sensitive or weird: AIDS, sex, pregnancy, gangs, depression, school. Will stimulate teens to look at themselves & their world in a new & empowering way. Educators, therapists & parents will also find much value here."--(NAPRA). Hundreds of middle & high school teachers, counselors, therapists & juvenile justice workers in the U.S. & Canada use it. The 123-page Facilitator's Guide (ISBN 0-9642097-48-3, $29.95) makes S.E.E.K. perfect for groups. Session plans for each session offer 38 group activities using role playing, art discussions, movies, field trips, planning, visualization activities & 42 reproducible masters for handouts. Guide & 10 non-consumable workbooks: $120. Parent Guide, Journal. Training available, too. For information or to order, contact Center for Adolescent Self-Esteem, Box 104, Louisville, CO 80027, 1-800-200-0367, or DeVorss.Roth-Nelson, Stephanie is the author of 'S.E.E.K. Self-Esteem Enhancement Kit' with ISBN 9780942097498 and ISBN 0942097491.