ways of making sense out of those experiences as the backdrop for a bibliotherapist's tales . Then , whenever adults share a book with a young person , they are entering into that child's world , complete with the fear , worry , sadness ...
Author: Beth Doll
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Discusses how reading can be combined with therapeutic intervention, with guidelines for structuring school programs
It can be used alone, or guided by a health professional, who may assess the person to both identify their mental health needs and recommend the most appropriate self-help book. Bibliotherapy with young people A recent review of ...
Author: Alison R. Yung
This book highlights the field of youth mental health and why it is a specialty distinct from both child and adolescent and adult mental health. Youth Mental Health: Approaches to Emerging Mental Ill-Health in Young People examines issues such as mental health literacy, e-Health, family, psychological, vocational and pharmacological interventions. The authors also discuss issues that are particularly pertinent to young people, such as suicidality, substance abuse, gender identity and sexuality, attention deficit disorder and eating disorders. Taking a preventative focus, this book presents evidence for youth mental health as an important and growing field, makes the case for the reform of existing service structures to better serve this group and outlines the latest specialised approaches to treatment. Drawing on the knowledge and expertise of leading thinkers in youth mental health, this book is instrumental for mental health professionals who wish to design new specialised mental health systems for young people.
Author: Arleen McCarty HynesPublish On: 2019-03-13
Adolescents and children. The literature about developmental bibliotherapy is filled with references to programs designed for the young. Schultheis (1969, 1972) is a reading specialist who uses bibliotherapeutically oriented reading and ...
Author: Arleen McCarty Hynes
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.
The selected titles are intended for young people between the ages of 5 and 18. ... This work is recommended for all school and public libraries as a tool for bibliotherapy , reading guidance , and collection development .
Secondly, many people are not inveterate readers; this means bibliotherapy has limited impact on this group. However, it has been pointed out that bibliotherapy can be ... Since younger children have limited cognitive development, ...
Author: John T. Pardeck
First Published in 1993 Bibliotherapy provides literature for mental health professionals 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. This book is an essential read for scholars, researchers, and practitioners of clinical psychology, psychology in general.
They took part in an anonymous self-answered questionnaire and written document submission, using the guidelines from the 'Hear by Right' youth participation framework. Qualitative content analysis of the impact of bibliotherapy, ...
Author: Marion Baraitser
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Unpack my Heart with Words explores how literature can be used to help young victims cope with their experiences. The process of reading, discussing and rewriting carefully selected texts can have a significant therapeutic impact, as the young person identifies his or her own experience in the narrative. This book guides readers through all aspects of implementing biblio/narrative therapy with children and adolescents, from the importance of cultural sensitivity and understanding the psychological needs of the child to providing more practical information on how to choose the right text and encourage expression through the spoken and written word. It includes exercises for use in sessions, an analysis of the importance of symbol when working therapeutically with children, and a complete account of the ethics of good practice. Drawing on the author's innovative work with young asylum seekers and refugees, and with an overview of the latest research in creativity, language and memory, the book provides a comprehensive and practical resource on the use of literature to help young victims regain their dignity and overcome the overwhelmed hurt self. This book will be of immeasurable value to students and practitioners world-wide in arts and health care who work with traumatised young people, including counsellors, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, teachers, psychotherapists and social workers.
(in press) evaluated self-help in the form of bibliotherapy for young people aged 11—16 years with obsessivecompulsive disorder. Using a case-series design, eight young people were given a CBT self-help book called Breaking Free from ...
Author: Philip Graham
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
"The book is primarily written for child mental health professionals, especially psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health nurses, social workers and psychotherapists as well as those training in these fields. The book will also be found helpful by paediatricians and general psychiatrists. It is suitable both for trainees and for those with a more advanced knowledge of the subject"--Provided by publisher.
(2000: 5) Related to the use of stories is the wider approach known as Bibliotherapy which involves a child or young person reading a book and sharing their thoughts and feelings with a caring adult. Normally, a book is chosen which ...
Author: Mark Prever
This book is the ideal introduction to counselling and supporting children and young people. Taking a person-centred approach, Mark Prever offers readers a clear understanding of the theory and practice of working with children and young people in difficulty - whether in a therapeutic, school or social work setting. This practical text: - specifically addresses both the counsellor and the 'helper', who may be unfamiliar with counselling jargon - contains exercises, points for further thought and discussion, and boxed notes thoroughout, highlighting exactly how the theory applies to the child or young person - discusses ethics, the current political agenda and evidence-based practice. This book is a must-read for trainees and professionals working with children and young people in the fields of counselling and psychotherapy, education, mental health, nursing, youth work and social work.
the same orientation but with no use of bibliotherapy. Results pointed to more favorable outcomes for participants in the bibliotherapy condition. These young people showed greater increases in empathy, reached a more advanced stage in ...
Author: Craig Haen
Creative Arts-Based Group Therapy with Adolescents provides principles for effective use of different arts-based approaches in adolescent group therapy, grounding these principles in neuroscience and group process practice-based evidence. It includes chapters covering each of the main creative arts therapy modalities—art therapy, bibliotherapy, dance/movement therapy, drama therapy, music therapy, and poetry/expressive writing therapy—written by respected contributors who are expert in the application of these modalities in the context of groups. These methods are uniquely effective for engaging adolescents and addressing many of the developmental, familial, and societal problems that they face. The text offers theory and guiding principle, while also providing a comprehensive resource for group therapists of diverse disciplines who wish to incorporate creative arts-based methods into their practice with teens.
Author: Christine Lynn NortonPublish On: 2010-09-13
Bibliotherapy with young people: Librarians and mental health professionals working together. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Duimestra, L. (2003). Teaching and name-calling: Using books to help students cope.
Author: Christine Lynn Norton
Innovative Interventions in Child and Adolescent Mental Health is a unique composite of the literature on various innovative interventions for children and adolescents, and provides a developmental and neurobiological rationale for utilizing innovative interventions with this population. Based on the latest research, this book emphasizes that children and adolescents need more than just talk therapy. These innovative interventions can be applied in a variety of practice settings including schools, juvenile justice, community-based counseling centers, and residential treatment. This book bridges the gap between theory and practice, and provides a historical, theoretical, and research-based rationale, as well as a helpful case study, for each type of intervention being discussed.