Training for professionals on photographic care practices given by Emilie Danchin
The practices of care through photography are multiplying. However, if one observes therapeutic effects, they are neither hazardous nor magical. Their advent can be explained and supervised on a clinical, theoretical and practical level, by deepening the concepts of imagination and relationship.
This is the pedagogical and methodological challenge of this two-part training in the use of phototherapy and therapeutic photography techniques in a psychosomatic relational approach. Imagination, observation and reflection are at the heart of the program.
|Per person||850.- CHF|
- 13th to 16th December 2018: Module 1
- 21th to 24th March 2019: Module 2
Equipment to bring with you:
A digital camera, pencils, eraser, markers, scissors and glue, notepad
Ongoing education for:
Photographers, artists, art therapists, therapists, mental health and psycho-social professionals, who have come a long way in the field of artistic, caregiver, educational or supportive relationship experience, eager to acquire phototherapy skills.
On registration (minimum 4 weeks before)