Dr. Literature : Bibliotherapist.


Dr. Literature's Bibliotherapist service is a personal book recommendation consultation with me, Paula . For a $60 customers will be sent a questionnaire or allocated a zoom consultation to discover more about their bookish tastes. I will then hand-pick two books which will be delivered directly to their door to enjoy alongside a special treat whether you are a tea drinker, coffee or hot chocolate.
For more information about Dr. Literature's Bibliotherapist service, please email me at drliterature@outlook.com

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Bibliotherapy is a creative arts therapies modality that involves storytelling or the reading of specific texts with the purpose of healing. It uses an individual's relationship to the content of books and poetry and other written words as therapy. Bibliotherapy is often combined with writing therapy.
Have you ever picked up a book during a difficult time, in hopes of being transported to a different place? In hopes of feeling safe and comforted? In hopes of returning to the present with a new and improved mentality? If you haven’t, you should. Because time and time again, literature grants these wishes—and that’s exactly why it’s the backbone of a therapeutic approach called bibliotherapy.

Bibliotherapy uses literature to support and sustain good mental health. It is a flexible, cost-effective, and adaptable approach to therapy and is used primarily for treating symptoms of mood disorders and mood-related conditions. Furthermore, bibliotherapy can be incorporated into both individual and group therapy and benefits people of all ages: children, adolescents, and adults. 


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