FAQs

Q: What is Book Therapy?

A: Book therapy or bibliotherapy is an age-old and time-tested method for using the power of reading to support better mental health and wellbeing, whilst remaining a cost-effective form of therapy.

This blog post provides more detail: The Concept of Book Therapy

Q: What is bibliotherapy?

A: Bibliotherapy, as explained above, uses the therapeutic power of storytelling to heal. The following blog post outlines a short history of bibliotherapy.

Q: How can Book Therapy help me?

A: Book Therapy can help you in a number of ways. What kind of issues can be treated with Book Therapy explores the ways in which Book Therapy can help. Self awareness, empathy and mental well-being are just some of the benefits that the therapy offers.  The Benefits of Book Therapy offers more insight.

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Q: What's the greatest best-selling book of all time?

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Q: Why is writing therapeutic?

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Q: What books should everyone read?

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Q: Can reading make you happier?

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Q: I am looking for some short non-fiction to read, less than 15 minutes.

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