The Wizard of Oz in the Land of the Id: A Bibliotherapy Approach
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This essay provides a perspective on the use of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as a bibliotherapeutic tool in group therapy. An example of theme extraction in a session is provided. Philosophical and theoretical issues are briefly considered.
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