Topics covered include:
- The 4 domains of therapeutic photography
- Theory of the self – identity, social identity and self-concept
- Self esteem and self efficacy
- Analysing relationships using Bronfenbrenner
- Attachment theory in images
- Photo elicitation
- The “self” in society
- Freire and Empowerment
This module delivers presentations, written guidance, journal articles, and an online discussion area, and participants will be expected to upload photographs, and contribute to discussions, on this forum.
Workbooks and supporting material and information accessed via the University's Virtual Learning Environment ( Campus Moodle).
The Disability & Dyslexia Centre advises and supports students who disclose a sensory or mobility impairment, chronic medical condition, mental health issue, dyslexia and other specific learning differences. Applicants are encouraged to arrange a pre-entry visit to discuss any concerns and to view the facilities.
Study Skills Support
The Study Support Team provides training and support to all students in:
- Academic writing
- Study skills (note taking, exam techniques, time management, presentation)
- Maths and statistics
- English language
- Information technology support
This course will give you the skills and knowledge to use therapeutic photography in your work settings.
Successful completion of the course will also result in 30 modular credits.
This course is intended for any practitioner who is interested in using the visual means of photography to build a therapeutic relationship with clients.
You are required to write the assignment in English, so a pass in English at Higher/A level or equivalent is required.
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