Personalised Book Prescription Sample & FAQs
Get your personalised book prescription here
Q: What will I receive?
A: A personalised book prescription, a minimum 10-page report, setting out 7-10 tailored book recommendations with detailed commentary and reviews of the books and why they're perfect for you. You'll also receive a personalised letter from our book therapist and curator.
Q: What if I don't like the books prescribed?
A: Just email us and we will add more recommendations to your prescription. You will also receive unlimited email support on anything that you'd like to discuss or that you are unsure of.
Q: Where can I read reviews and testimonials of your service?
A: Scroll down at the bottom of this page, and click on reviews:
Q: Who is the product suitable for?
A: It's suitable for all ages, including children.
Q: Can I gift a book prescription?
A: Yes you absolutely can - either through hitting the 'gift instantly' button or buying a gift card.
A: Yes I offer in-person or face-to-face bibliotherapy sessions. You can also find these literary guides and shorts plus book journaling tools. There's a whole host of literary essays, author Q&As and articles here, that might help. Lastly, don't forget to check out our reading tools for children, to encourage a lifelong love for reading.
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 create reading lists/personalised book prescriptions based on your individual needs, this is my signature personalised reading service. If you’d like to self-prescribe literature you can learn the art of bibliotherapy through my online course Bibliotherapy, Literature and Mental Health. 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. And if you’d like to connect, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.booktherapy.io.
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