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.

chapter Chapter 1|25 pages

An Overview of Bibliotherapy

chapter Chapter 2|12 pages

Clinical Applications Of Bibliotherapy

chapter Chapter 3|19 pages

Changing Role Models

chapter Chapter 4|12 pages

Blended Family

chapter Chapter 5|9 pages

Separation And Divorce

chapter Chapter 6|9 pages

Child Abuse

chapter Chapter 7|8 pages

Foster Care

chapter Chapter 8|15 pages


chapter Chapter 9|13 pages

Childhood Fears