The Twentysomething Treatment: Unabridged edition

By Meg Jay, Read by Dr Meg Jay

Our twenties can be challenging. Today, so many twentysomethings are struggling, especially with anxiety and depression, and yet we’re not sure what to think or do about it. In The Twentysomething Treatment psychologist Dr. Meg Jay explores why and unveils a ground-breaking approach that prioritizes skills over pills.

As a seasoned clinical psychologist specialising in the unique challenges of this pivotal decade, Dr. Jay dismantles the myth that twentysomethings are fragile beings and explains why medication is sometimes, but not always, the best medicine.

Within the transformative pages of this book, Dr. Jay provides practical solutions for a range of problems as she expertly guides readers through finding purpose and embracing uncertainty without unravelling. She offers actionable advice on navigating the intricacies of work, love, sex, friendship, confidence, health and happiness.

The Twentysomething Treatment is not just a book; it’s a lifeline for a generation grappling with a mental health crisis. It is a roadmap that guides us towards stronger mental health throughout our twenties and beyond.

Author: Meg Jay
Format: Audio-Book
Release Date: 09 Apr 2024
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-860765-4
Detailed Edition: Unabridged edition
Meg Jay, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who specialises in young adult development. She is the author of THE DEFINING DECADE: WHY YOUR TWENTIES MATTER AND HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF THEM NOW and SUPERNORMAL: THE SECRET WORLD OF THE FAMILY HERO. Dr. Jay’s related TED talk, “Why 30 Is Not the New 20,” was the most-watched new talk of the year in 2013 and still remains one of the most-viewed to date with over 15 million views. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Los Angeles Times, O Magazine, Cosmopolitan, and on NPR and the BBC. Her books have been translated into more than a dozen languages.

'Dr. Jay has emerged as the patron saint of striving youth, a prophet-like figure for a generation of young people buried under mixed messaging' New York Times -

'Meg Jay takes the specific complaints of twentysomething life and puts them to diagnostic use' New Yorker -