The Literacy Network of Durham Region is proud to support the bibliotherapy model in Durham Region. Bibliotherapy uses literature to spark discussion, conversation and reflection in small groups in order to strengthen community connections and personal resilience. Each group is led by a facilitator who reads poems, prose and other versions of the written word and participants then share their thoughts, feelings and interpretations of the material. Bibliotherapy is taking place in libraries and agencies across Durham Region – please see below for upcoming dates and registration.
For more information on joining a bibliotherapy group or to discuss using the model in your agency please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Bibliotherapy – Online Programming is supported by the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
LiNDR and Ajax Public Library are offering the following upcoming sessions online:
Appropriate for adults and seniors.
Hosted on Zoom.
Advanced registration required.
Bibliotherapy combines reading and talking about books and stories to achieve a more positive sense of wellness. A trained facilitator will lead the reading activities and a guided group discussion. Presented in partnership with the Literacy Network of Durham Region.
- November 21 – Women
- December 5 – Vulnerability
- December 12 – Community