Carlo, it's good to see your interest in our field.
I think that perhaps your request, being a "general" one, might be too vague for readers to be able to know what sorts of experiences you would want to talk with them about...
maybe you might want to post another message that gives a few examples of the kinds of questions you would like to ask, or perhaps a list of the topics you might want to cover??
Also, I have a few suggestions about a bit tighter focus might be helpful(?):
1) Go to the main website for this Discussion Group -- it's at:
on that site, go to two pages:
First, the page titled: "Who is Doing What, Where" -- and then look down the page for the names and email addresses of those whose own work, careers, interests, etc. might "fit" for you...
In particular you might notice that many are in the UK (as I think, from your email address, you might also be?)...
Second, the page titled "Student Theses and Dissertations" and examine the list there to see if any of that research might "fit" for you -- and if it does, then email me privately at: email@example.com and see if I can put you in touch with those authors...
2) perhaps also have a look at the list of Presenters for the upcoming "International Conference on PhotoTherapy and Therapeutic Photography" happening in Turku, Finland, in June of this year -- perhaps some of them might also "fit" for you
You can find these at:
finally, when reading your request re: "a client group where the focus was on re constructing their perception of their world through photography" -- I do want to tell you that to me, this is one of the things that the entire field of PhotoTherapy is about -- and probably even moreso is the field of Therapeutic Photography as far as "process" goes...
hope this helps,
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