Document Type

Article

Abstract

We love books; those who know us know that the perfect present for either of us is a book, any kind of book, or something related to books. We are voracious readers. We recommend books to friends, to students, to clinicians, to faculty, and of course, we recommend them to clients. We began to wonder, “How should a counselor choose the appropriate book for a particular client?” We pondered, “Is it simply a matter of trial and error?”

Disciplines

Counseling Psychology | Library and Information Science

Comments

Reprints: Pehrsson, D.E. & McMillen, P.S. (June 2004). Competent counselor practice for use of Bibliotherapy. The Counselor (Oregon Counseling Association newsletter), 15(6), 1, 7.

Publisher Citation

Pehrsson, D.E. & McMillen, P.S. (2005) Competent counselor practice for use of bibliotherapy. WACES Wire, 43(2). 1, 5-6.


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