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Photography: Art and Healing

A Story of a Girl and a HorsePhotographic images can be a powerful form of expression for creative people, and also a tool for therapists and anyone to help explore ourĀ inner selves.

This image by artist Jennifer Moon is titled “A Story of a Girl and a Horse: The Search for Courage.”

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  • August 4, 2014 at 7:30 pm

    Thank you for mentioning me (and my book) — and several of my colleagues! — in your article, Douglas!! Perhaps people who are interested in more information about using photos during therapy sessions or as healing activities might want to explore the website: “PhotoTherapy Techniques in Counseling and Therapy”, at the first link below —
    and/or the “Facebook Group for “PhotoTherapy, Therapeutic Photography, Photo Art Therapy, and VideoTherapy”, at the second link (it has over 3,000 members and the discussions are very interesting…), Thanks!
    Judy Weiser, R.Psych., ATR, Director of the PhotoTherapy Centre in Vancouver, Canada —
    >> Link to website:
    >> Link to Facebook Group:


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