A woman with long blonde hair sits at a desk reading a book. She is wearing dark frame glasses and a blue jumper. The desk is white with a small white vase holding peach colour flowers.


Like many modern-day practices, bibliotherapy has a long history.  Above the library of Pharaoh Ramses II was an inscription which translates to ‘the house of healing for the soul’.  The word bibliotherapy dates to Ancient Greece. ‘Biblion’ is the Greek word for books, and ‘therapeia’ meaning healing. Although American Minister Samuel Crothers was the person…

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