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Bibliotherapy

Bibliotherapy

Children's Books that Train the Brain and Jumpstart the Heart

  • Author: Dr. Linda Karges-Bone
  • Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
  • ISBN: 0787714755
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 118
  • View: 8540
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With Bibliotherapy, you can use children?s literature to improve cognitive, social, and emotional outcomes. This book shares 48 award-winning children?s books across six areas of bibliotherapy and connects them with appropriate and powerful activities that increase listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. The six bibliotherapy areas include: attachment and growth; creativity and critical thinking; bullying and building friendships; family matters (dynamics and change); poverty and social justice issues; and childhood challenges.

Biblio-therapy: methods and materials

Biblio-therapy: methods and materials

  • Author: Association of Hospital and Institution Libraries. Committee on Bibliotherapy,Mildred T. Moody,Hilda K. Limper,Association of Hospital and Institution Libraries. Subcommittee on the Troubled Child
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 161
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Bibliotherapy

Bibliotherapy

A Clinical Approach for Helping Children

  • Author: John T. Pardeck
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • ISBN: 9783718653478
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 146
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The purpose of this book is to provide professionals in the field of mental health with literature which can be used with a clinical approach in helping children with problems. For those not familiar with bibliotherapy, it provides an extensive introduction to the field including reviews of its effectiveness, value and limitations, as well as examples of practical application. Chapters include an overview of bibliotherapy, clinical application, changing role models, blended family, separation and divorce, child abuse, foster care, adoption, and childhood fears. Over 350 children's books are listed, each briefly annotated, from which the clinician can select suitable material for therapeutic intervention. John Pardeck of the Department of Social Work, Southwest Missouri State University, is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers and Jean Pardeck, a reading specialist for the Blue Hills Homes Corporation, received her MEd in reading from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Treating Child and Adolescent Aggression Through Bibliotherapy

Treating Child and Adolescent Aggression Through Bibliotherapy

  • Author: Zipora Shechtman
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 0387097457
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 239
  • View: 331
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Antisocial acts by children and teens are on the rise – from verbal abuse to physical bullying to cyber-threats to weapons in schools. Strictly punitive responses to aggressive behaviour may even escalate a situation, leaving peers, parents, and teachers feeling helpless. This unique volume conceptualizes aggression as a symptom of underlying behavioural and emotional problems and examines the psychology of perpetrators and the power dynamics that foster intentionally hurtful behaviour in young people. It details for readers how bibliotherapy offers relevant, innovative, and flexible treatment – as a standalone intervention or as a preventive method in conjunction with other forms of treatment – and can be implemented with individuals and groups, parents, teachers, and even rivals. This unique, must-have resource is essential reading for school psychologists, school counselors, social workers, and clinical child psychologists and any allied educational and mental health professionals who work with troubled youth.

Bibliotherapy, When Kids Need Books

Bibliotherapy, When Kids Need Books

A Guide for Those in Need of Reassurance

  • Author: Amy Recob
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 059552530X
  • Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Page: 205
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Everyone has dealth with at least one of the issues listed in this book at some point in his/her lifetime. Whether that issue was conquered with the help of a loved one, through therapy, or is still weighing on the individual, the therapeutic power of the book is often overlooked. The reassurance gained when an individual learns that they are not the only one, can open several doors of communication, and can put one on the road to recovery or coming to terms with an issue. In schools, bibliotherapy can greatly increase the connectivity of curriculum to the individual student. -- cover

Bibliotherapy Sourcebook

Bibliotherapy Sourcebook

  • Author: Rhea Joyce Rubin
  • Publisher: Phoenix, AZ : Oryx Press
  • ISBN: 9780912700045
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Page: 393
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Librarians, educators, psychologists, and doctors discuss the theories, dynamics, and applications of bibliotherapy in addition to analyzing specific bibliotherapy for the chronically ill, narcotic addicts, problem children, and others

Bibliotherapy

Bibliotherapy

The Interactive Process A Handbook

  • Author: Arleen McCarty Hynes
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 0429728549
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 274
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The recognition that literature can be a healing tool is as old as Aristotle's discussion of catharsis. In bibliotherapy an individual reads or listens to a work of literature specifically for its therapeutic value. But until now a real professional tool was lacking. This handbook, the first of its kind, is designed to teach both professionals and laypersons how to use the whole spectrum of literature—from poetry to science fiction—to promote greater self-knowledge, to renew the spirit, and, in general, to aid in the healing process. Beginning with an explanation of the theoretical basis for bibliotherapy, the authors then provide a comprehensive overview of the procedures and goals of the discipline. The material is presented in such a way that the process may be adapted to the particular educational or psychological approach favored by the practitioner for the therapeutic treatment of individuals who have been abused or are chemically dependent, physically disabled, emotionally disturbed, hospitalized, in correctional institutions, or simply facing difficult or stressful life situations. The authors also offer insights for using bibliotherapy to promote the healthy growth and development of children and to provide psychological help and guidance to adults and the aging. Case studies from practice and training experiences illustrate the principles of bibliotherapy; in addition, the authors include end-of-chapter study questions for persons involved in therapy and self-help and practicum guides for professionals. Taken together, these materials comprise a unique and invaluable reference work in a new and significant field.

Bibliotherapy

Bibliotherapy

The Right Book at the Right Time

  • Author: Claudia E. Cornett,Charles F. Cornett
  • Publisher: Phi Delta Kappa International Incorporated
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Bibliotherapy
  • Page: 45
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This booklet provides an overview of the process of bibliotherapy and suggests some techniques that can be used in implementing it. Various sections of the booklet discuss the following topics: (1) the definition of bibliotherapy, (2) the history of bibliotherapy, (3) bibliotherapy and human needs, (4) the bibliotherapeutic process, (5) the methodology of bibliotherapy, (6) the attributes of a bibliotherapist, (7) and the limitations of bibliotherapy. An appendix contains a list of books to be used in bibliotherapy. (FL)