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Cinema Therapy and Bibliotherapy
As a professor who has taught both literature and cinema studies, I understand that reading literature, and watching TV shows and movies, can be a reflective, revelatory, and therapeutic experience for many people. If you’re one of these people, biblio- or cinema-therapy–discussing your experiences with books and movies in a therapy setting–can help you make the most of your favorite books, TV shows, and movies, by allowing you to use them to process your own real-life experiences.
I’m also available to conceive and facilitate book and cinema therapy groups on specific topics. Together, we can assemble a group of your friends, family, or work colleagues who are interested in learning more about an issue or topic that’s important to you, and curate a list of books or films so the group can learn, process, and grow together.