Therapeutic Photography

Neil Gibson, Senior Lecturer for Social Work at Robert Gordon University, and author of Therapeutic Photography: Enhancing Self-Esteem, Self-Efficacy and Resilience, discusses here the use of therapeutic photography in a variety of settings.



Therapeutic PhotographyAnswering questions like ‘What is therapeutic photography?’ or ‘How can it be used within and beyond the social work profession?‘, Neil Gibson talks about two therapeutic photography programmes he ran with two different groups: a small group of females involved in the criminal justice system and a group of young people with autism.

Moving away from the social work perspective, Neil Gibson shows us how therapeutic photography has applications and implications for a number of different professions and how it can be adapted for a wide range of needs.

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