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By Beth Doll
Drawing on their respective roles as a college library media professional and a psychologist, those authors current a entire five-step version of bibliotherapy. They discover the way it can be utilized to check the character and incidence of the psychological healthiness wishes of kids and teenagers. in the 5 steps, actions that contain diversified bibliotherapy courses are defined and talents invaluable for bibliotherapy perform are tested. broad references to the pro literature and a pattern application that displays the team-based making plans approach endorsed by way of the authors finish this precious source.
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Subsequent research has shown that two kinds of children are successful problem solvers: those who think of more solutions and those who think of higher-quality solutions (Spivack, Platt, and Shure 1976). Both of these skills increase with age. For example, one study showed that seven-year-olds were able to describe half again as many solutions as five-year-olds (Scarf, Weinberg, and Levine 1986). Older children are also more adept at thinking of solutions that are more likely to be successful.
1, we have combined them into a single model of bibliotherapy in which developmental bibliotherapy incorporates three activities: material selection, material presentation, and comprehension-building activities. Clinical bibliotherapy includes these three steps plus two more: readiness activities, which precede the selection of reading materials, and follow-up and evaluation activities, which represent a long-term follow-up to verify that the problem has been solved. Descriptions of particular recommendations that different authors have made for bibliotherapy can be referenced to these five steps.
An underlying message of chapter 3 is that the mental health needs of children and adolescents far outnumber the adults available to provide support. Thus, any adult working with youth is likely to be faced with any or all of these mental health needs, whether or not the adult has specialized mental health training. Consequently, chapter 6, "Cautions for Bibliotherapy Leaders," provides a brief explanation of the signs of distress that might become evident when a vulnerable youth is inadvertently overstressed by an activity, discussion, or book.
Bibliotherapy with Young People: Librarians and Mental Health Professionals Working Together by Beth Doll