The purpose of this study is to develop bibliotherapy program for emotional expression and empathic ability, and so apply such program to schizophrenia patients using community psychiatric rehabilitation centers, and then enhance emotional expression and empathic ability which they can face in the process of forming their interpersonal relations. The basic elements for developing and maintaining interpersonal relations are empathic ability including emotion recognition ability and emotional expression. Because these elements are combined to stimulate emotional empathy so as to perform not only sociality but also more harmonious interactions in the relations with others, this study classified emotional expression and empathic ability by components to develop the program which enabled schizophrenia patients to enhance their functions through bibliotherapy. Furthermore, the concrete purpose of this study is to help schizophrenia patients to read and empathize with the emotions of themselves and others through bibliotherapy program and so find their own language to express their emotions and pursue their communication and interpersonal relation enhancement and then return to their communities. Bibliotherapy programs can provide the opportunity for special experiences to schizophrenia patients with the disorder of emotional expression and empathic ability. The reason is that essentially bibliotherapy is effective for developing self-concept, interpersonal relation, and sociality and reduce impulsiveness as in several preceding studies. The research subjects of this program were selected to be schizophrenia patients using community psychiatric rehabilitation centers. The program to be provided for the experimental group was the bibliotherapy program composed of a total of 12 sessions with once per week for 90 minutes. It is meaningful that this program can enhance emotional expression and empathic ability insufficient for schizophrenia patients. This program will serve as a basis of the research which can play the positive role in helping schizophrenia patients to enhance interpersonal relations and so return to their communities.