Book Review - Dark Agents a Graphic Novel - Palm Beach Moms

I thought you might be interested in hearing about amazing new graphic novel, Dark Agents, coming out in March 2020 to arm teens and young adults with the tools they need to improve mental health?

Get your copy here.

50% of mental health problems are established by age 14 and 70% of adolescents experiencing mental health problems have not had appropriate treatment early enough. This approachable graphic novel was written by a leading US Clinical Psychologist.  Janina Scarlet was awarded the UN’s Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award for developing ‘Superhero Therapy’.  She is a lovely kind caring human who has devoted her life to healing.

In this gripping comic book adventure into the Underworld – join 19-year-old witch Violet, the newest member of the Underworld Intelligence Agency, as she battles the evil villains threatening the future of magical beings.  My 9 year old says this is “the second best book she owns” second only to The Diary and Ann Frank so that’s pretty big.  It is currently under her pillow.  We pre-ordered a few copies for school and a a few local Psychologist and other mental health supporters like the amazing Donna Wexler.

This gripping read equips readers with tools to practice mindfulness, self-compassion and values-based living – seamlessly guiding readers through Acceptance & Commitment Therapy.  Readers will journey with the novel’s heroes as they fight their own mental health battles – Violet’s greatest challenge yet is to overcome the trauma of her parents’ murders.

* Palm Beach Moms was gifted a copy of this book, however, we only agreed to honestly review it once we read it.