We provide services to people of all ages and of diverse backgrounds
- Bibliotherapy sessions
-group sessions in a variety of community settings
-individual consultations (in-person and remote)
- Bibliotherapy booklists – lists of recommended titles, both fiction and self-help books, (e.g. books on depression, anxiety, child abuse, death & bereavement etc.) provided through our website and websites of our partners.
- Informational Workshops on bibliotherapy and Training sessions for psychotherapists, librarians and social workers.
Who will benefit from Bibliotherapy sessions?
People affected by/living with
- physical and mental challenges (people with chronic and life-threatening illnesses, mental challenges, and disabilities)
- psychological and emotional issues (stress, anxiety, self-esteem, loss and grief, problems related to man-made and natural disasters, etc.)
- social issues (abuse, isolation, drug and alcohol addiction, difficulties resulting from life changes, etc.)
What community organizations might consider offering Bibliotherapy to their clients?
- community centres
- community health centres
- public libraries
- nursing homes
- settlement agencies