Roehampton University - Snapshot healing

September 17, 2009

The world's first international research project on phototherapy - therapy involving photographs - is being launched by Roehampton University. The project, funded by the European Commission-backed Leonardo da Vinci fund, will be led in the UK by Del Loewenthal, professor of psychotherapy and counselling at Roehampton. He said that phototherapy helped people to verbalise issues that are difficult to talk about. "This can be done in traditional therapy situations using the individual's photographs from the past, or involve the individual and the therapist taking photographs as part of the session," he said.

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