Burnout and Books: Bibliotherapy

Dr Zewlan Moor

I started Byron Bibliotherapy after feedback from patients who found it helpful when I recommended specific fiction works to them. This practice came out of my background as a GP with multiple interests, mainly related to literature, literacy and reading. Like many of you, I’ve found solace in books during difficult periods of my life. And as a GP, I’ve found reading to be useful for many of my patients as well. I really believe that for many people, the right book at the right time can provide guidance, advice and support. It’s been an interesting path to get here. During my Medical degree at the University of New South Wales, I also decided to study literature. I am still a passionate reader and writer – and I love to share the comfort and joy of reading with others. I have shared it with friends and book club, and while volunteering at the Byron Writers’ Festival. And now I can share it with my clients through Byron Bibliotherapy.

Zewlan apologises for rabbiting on in the video. She just can’t stop talking about bibliotherapy!

She also forgot to tell you about a special offer for Thrive participants – get $20 off a bibliotherapy session for yourself or a friend. See Special Offer PDF for the discount promo code and instructions on how to book a session. If it’s for a Christmas gift, please leave enough time to post a gift certificate or email an e-gift certificate.

Click on the image to view the special offer PDF:

Find Zewlan on her website: https://byronbibliotherapy.com/ (where you can sign up for infrequent Novel Prescriptions and other news via her newsletter)

Or on social media: https://www.instagram.com/byronbiblio/ (her favourite place by far) https://twitter.com/byronbiblio (a close second)https://www.facebook.com/byronbiblio

A Novel Prescription for Burnout

In the PDF below, find out which books Zewland recommends for those struggling with burnout!