The therapeutic use of photographs with children and young adults

Prof Del Loewenthal

Prof Del Loewenthal will first give an overview of the therapeutic use of photographs as in his recent book ‘Phototherapy and Therapeutic Photography in a Digital Age’ (Routledge 2013). Del will explore in what ways children and young people projecting onto photographs helps us work therapeutically with the ‘Hide & Seek’ of what has been repressed. Participants will then be invited briefly to consider the therapeutic use of photographs personally and professionally.

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Duration 24 September 2013 - 24 September 2013
Times 7 pm
Cost £10/£7 Concessions/Members of the Museum
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