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Bibliotherapy Database
Promoting Mental Health & Wellbeing
Bibliotherapy Project Aims
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Judit Béres and Viktória Tóth - Bibliotherapy Database Promoting Mental Health & Wellbeing - BOBCATSSS 2017

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Judit Béres and Viktória Tóth
Bibliotherapy Database Promoting Mental Health & Wellbeing
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Judit Béres and Viktória Tóth - Bibliotherapy Database Promoting Mental Health & Wellbeing - BOBCATSSS 2017

  1. 1. Bibliotherapy Database Promoting Mental Health & Wellbeing Bibliotherapy Project Aims This project has started within the 2-year-long post- graduate bibliotherapy professional training of the University of Pécs (Hungary). Since Spring 2016, as part of the Central Europe 2020 Bibliotherapy Project, students attending the Bibliotherapy Research seminar have written bibliotherapeutic descriptions about the interactive use of imaginative literature, non-fiction materials and creative writing, focusing on the support of people’s personal growth, mental health & wellbeing. In 2017 January we have more than 400 descriptions as a base for a future bibliotherapy database. PROJECT AIMS  provide theme-appropriate, personalized, annotated information for individuals, parents, teachers, librarians, and helper professionals who apply individual and group bibliotherapy  highlight quality literature of all kind as a life-support system, promote reading & writing as mental health tools  build international links through items relevant/available in national contexts & languages APPLICATION SCHEMES IN public libraries, schools, hospitals, waiting rooms, care homes, shelter houses, crisis intervention, prisons, rehab centers/relapse prevention, bereavement counselling, palliative rehabilitation, psychiatric wards FOR healthy population and people living with mild and moderate mental health problems or facing normative life crises e.g. adolescents, elderly, women, parents, parents- to-be, teachers etc. Detailed annotations: recommended readings based on real trials & written by trained bibliotherapists. Structure: Book byte/ Suggested readers/ Therapeutic insights/ Bibliographic description Search by: author/title/genre/topic/ target group; URL; trial experiences; methodological toolkit; help desk Best practices: LibGuides, A-Z reading recommendations, thematic collections Authors: Judit BÉRES & Viktória TÓTH Dept. of LIS, University of Pécs, Hungary Bibliotherapy Database Design HungarianInternational

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