Using photography to express anxiety and depression– one woman’s journey

Posted by on Jun 12, 2016 in Anxiety, Depression, Photography |

This young woman, Katie Joy Crawford, is addressing her anxiety and depression with her extraordinary photography. And she is sharing it so that others don’t feel so alone. Thank you, Katie Joy Crawford, for contributing to reducing the isolation of people suffering from depression and anxiety. https://www.buzzfeed.com/alisoncaporimo/what-it-feels-like   Share...

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The Power of Photography for Personal Transformation

Posted by on Apr 20, 2016 in Depression, Photography |

I just watched this moving TED talk by Bryce Evans, founder of the One Project. He talks about what we really need: a revolution in how we think about mental health, the eradication of the stigma associated with it, and  allowing people with mental health issues to be seen and heard. His heartfelt talk highlights how people can start to express their stories, without talking about it, which is often hard. Whether it’s done with a...

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Photography as a Tool for Self-Exploration

Posted by on Apr 20, 2016 in Photography |

With the explosion of all kinds of social media, we are constantly bombarded with images from every direction. In some ways, this overexposure can have a numbing effect; but there are many ways to use photography to promote growth and healing.  In my practice, clients have found working with photography revealing, fun and inspirational. Whether clients are creatively capturing an issue with which they are dealing with a camera, or exploring,...

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