The authors discuss poetry therapy and therapeutic journal writing as applied in adolescent groups. They offer a brief history of the interactive process of biblio-poetry therapy and its theoretical underpinnings, examine considerations for planning and literature selection, including how to differentially formulate writing activities for teens in groups, and explore an overview of the current literature. Through the presentation of clinical case material and sample session plans, they offer tools and techniques for group therapists of all disciplines to adapt to their own practice contexts.