PhotoTherapy Techniques: Exploring the Secrets of Personal Snapshots and Family Albums
…the most comprehensive introduction to PhotoTherapy Techniques available
“A thorough, exciting, and most necessary book for all mental health professionals who wish to expand their helping repertoires… Lucidly brings to light both the theory and practice of PhotoTherapy techniques, and demonstrates the latent power of photographic images to help and heal.”
Written by PhotoTherapy pioneer Judy Weiser, this book explains and demonstrates each of the major techniques, and provides theoretical rationale from both psychology and art therapy contexts.
To give readers the chance to immediately begin using these techniques in their own practice, it also includes many:
- photo-illustrated client examples
- case transcripts
- practical experiential exercises
PhotoTherapy Techniques: Exploring the Secrets of Personal Snapshots and Family Albums has been reviewed in more than a dozen professional mental health journals and numerous public-media articles, generated a lot of positive feedback from readers, and has been used as a text for several university courses. It is now also available in Italian, Russian, and Korean translations. All four versions (plus Italian e-book) can be purchased through the links directly below.
Purchase The Book Online:
Amazon (worldwide online)
Caversham Booksellers (North American Distributor)
Karnac Books (U.K. and European Distributor)
Italian Translation: FotoTerapia Tecniche (both paper & online versions)
Russian Translation: Техники ФотоТерапии: иccледование секретов личных фотографий и семейных фотоальбомов Источник
Korean Translation: 사진치료기법
“Fills a tremendous gap in the literature… Therapists, psychologists, mental health professionals, educators, and expressive arts therapists will find this book an invaluable resource.”
“This book opened me up to a new world, where photos can be helpful in therapy. I am studying to be a counselor, and I also have a passion for photography. This book explains how using photos in therapy has nothing to do with beautiful pictures, but rather what has meaning for your clients in their therapy. It is a book that would be welcomed by all therapists.”
Past Incidents of Plagiarism of this Book:
- Settlement Agreement regarding the lawsuit in Italy against Dr. Eduardo Giusti for “substantially deriving over 90% of ‘his’ book directly (often word-for-word, page after page) from Weiser’s”. This case ended successfully (along with a letter of apology signed by him on January 26, 2006).
- Portions plagiarized by Rosy Martin* in her Chapter in the 1997 Routledge book Feminist Approaches to Art Therapy (edited by Susan Hogan). [*Note: This is not the same person as the U.K. artist Rosie Martin]
To find out more about either of these cases, contact Weiser.