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Reading Well and Bibliotherapy in Wales - Free Webinar

Join national charity The Reading Agency and a panel of speakers on 3 February for an in-depth look at bibliotherapy and the impact of the Reading Well programme in Wales. 

 We will hear from consultant clinical psychologist Professor Neil Frude about bibliotherapy from a psychological perspective and what a powerful support it can be for helping children deal with tough times, as well as learn how the Reading Well book collections are expertly curated and selected.  We will discuss the vital role that libraries play in providing key resources and a safe space in which to access them, before hearing from Community Navigators in North Wales about the great work they are doing on the ground to get Reading Well to those who need it most.  

Find out more here.  

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Reading Well and Bibliotherapy in Wales - Free Webinar

Join national charity The Reading Agency and a panel of speakers on 3 February for an in-depth look at bibliotherapy and the impact of the Reading Well programme in Wales. 

 We will hear from consultant clinical psychologist Professor Neil Frude about bibliotherapy from a psychological perspective and what a powerful support it can be for helping children deal with tough times, as well as learn how the Reading Well book collections are expertly curated and selected.  We will discuss the vital role that libraries play in providing key resources and a safe space in which to access them, before hearing from Community Navigators in North Wales about the great work they are doing on the ground to get Reading Well to those who need it most.  

Find out more here.