Bibliotherapy in the elementary, middle, and high-school classroom is used to foster healthy social and emotional growth in children and young adults to develop insight, a deeper understanding of self, solutions to personal problems, development of life skills, or enhanced self-image. The focus of this article is on how bibliotherapy can be used to address students’ specific issues ranging from mild behavioral issues to physical and psychosocial conditions. JAKAPA can supplement bibliotherapy in the classroom by taking students on a journey of self-discovery to improve psychological well-being.
Bibliotherapy for Youth and Adolescents—School-Based Application and Research
- By Keara Pringle
- February 14, 2013
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