Bibliotherapy: Building Self-esteem in Children and Adolescents
Bibliotherapy is defined as a form of supportive psychotherapy in which carefully selected reading materials are used to assist a subject in solving personal problems or for other therapeutic purposes. Bibliotherapy has been used to build self-esteem in both children and adolescents with learning problems. It has been used with children in rural schools, shy children, and to teach about bullying and victimization, among other things. It has also been used to help adolescents by developing a good self-concept in the face of crisis identity.
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