Using literature to help adolescents cope with problems
Literature has been found to be a creative tool for helping children cope with changes in their lives. Using books in intervention is referred to as bibliotherapy. This article illustrates how bibliotherapy can be used to help adolescents cope with family breakdown, foster care, and adoption placement. Books are presented that can be useful in clinical practice.
School of Social Work
Pardeck, John T. "Using literature to help adolescents cope with problems." Adolescence 29, no. 114 (1994): 421.