Nature & Well-being
There are many books on nature and wellbeing that offer valuable insights and perspectives on how spending time in nature can benefit our physical, mental, and emotional health. Here are a few recommendations.
These books offer different perspectives on the importance of nature for our wellbeing, and provide practical insights and tips for incorporating nature into our lives.
"The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier, and More Creative" by Florence Williams - This book explores the science behind why spending time in nature is good for us, and provides practical tips for incorporating nature into our daily lives.
You might also enjoy the following articles:
Bibliotherapy: The Magical Healing Quality of Literature
How Can Re-writing Your Narrative Help You Gain Closure
And also our online course:
Bibliotherapy, Literature & Mental Health
A big hello and thank you for reading! Passionate about literature, psychology, and life I launched Book Therapy as an alternative form of therapy using the power of literature. I train mental health professionals, librarians, teachers as well as readers on using bibliotherapy in their own work through our online Bibliotherapy, Literature and Mental Health course. We also curate reading lists/personalised book prescriptions for clients based on their individual needs. This is our signature personalised reading service.
You can also check out Book Therapy’s other free reading lists and A- Z of book prescriptions (covering both fiction and non-fiction). These suggest books based on your existing life situation (e.g. anxiety, job change, relationship heartache) as well as interests (e.g memoir, historical fiction, non-fiction, crime etc). There’s also a Children’s A — Z of Book Prescriptions. Feel free to check out the blog for more literary gems. There’s also a post on my personal story of how I entered the world of bibliotherapy and book curation.
In this role, I have had the opportunity to publish a book called The Happiness Mindset, and write various literary essays and pieces for newspapers and magazines. I have undertaken bibliotherapy workshops for The United Nations, various libraries in New York and corporate organisations in the UK and US. My book recommendations have featured in the Guardian, Marie Claire, NBC News, Asian Voice, New York Observer, Sydney Telegraph and various other publications. If you are a parent you might enjoy a podcast I’ve recorded with speech and language therapist Sunita Shah on Raising A Reader & Storyteller. And if you’d like to connect, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.booktherapy.io.
Book Therapy is a participant in the Amazon EU, US and Canada Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com and Amazon.ca