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Media - Podcast - Episode 1 - Reality - September 2020

Image used by permission from State Library of Victoria.

Bibliotherapy with State Library Victoria offers respite from the anxiety of coronavirus times, via the healing power of great stories and poems. This episode features two readings: “Sonnet” by Simon Howard, published on his personal blog Walking in the Ceiling. “Invictus” by William Ernest Henley, published in A Book of Verses, 1888. Find more podcasts here.

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Bibliotherapy is an old concept in library science. Bibliotherapy is derived from a combination of two Greek words, biblion (meaning book) and therapeia (meaning healing). Bibliotherapy is the use of books for therapeutic purposes and can be used to help you through a tough time.

To find articles on bibliotherapy, from the library website, select Databases, Subject terms and enter bibliotherapy

 

Media - Post traumatic growth - PTSD The Feed: Series 2020 - Ep 20 SBS August 4, 2020, 9:30 pm

Trauma can push us to be the best version of ourselves - psychologists call it PTSD growth.

Media - Jennifer Byrne Presents: The Sports Pages ABC November 12, 2013

Malcolm Knox, Mischa Merz, Christos Tsiolkas and Rebecca Wilson join Jennifer Byrne to investigate the sports literature genre

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