Changing lives through, therapy, play & nature
Therapeutic Photography techniques are photographic practices, where the intended goal is to produce positive change in individuals, couples, or families.
It is a process of discovering both the internal and external world.
Therapeutic photography involves taking, analyzing and using photos for the purpose of personal healing, growth, or understanding, whether done consciously or unconsciously.
By actively constructing, exploring and reflecting on photographs, you are able to learn more about yourself and how you see the world.
1 hrs (or 90 min depending on request) per session online x 3 (or more if needed)
To search for the theme that each client would like to focus and capture (bright side of the reality or what attracts oneself the most)
→The client will go and take some pictures by her/himself
To observe the pictures that the client shot, discuss and name each picture.
→The client will have some time to reflect on their own looking at the pictures.
If they like or they have time or facility, they can print out the pictures and make a collage. (and decorate it if they like!)
To look at the artwork the client produced and discuss what the client learnt/realized through the sessions.
Therapeutic Photography techniques are done for the purpose of:
• increasing self-knowledge, awareness, and well-being
• improving relationships with family and others
• activating positive change
• reducing social exclusion
• assisting rehabilitation
• strengthening communities
• enriching intercultural relations
• lessening conflict
• bringing attention to issues of social injustice
• sharpening visual literacy skills
• enhancing education
• expanding qualitative research and prevention methodologies
• producing other kinds of photo-based healing and learning