You will likely get a better response if you take a bit more time to explain what you want to achieve in your interview -- and what kinds of questions you might want to ask....
For example, how are you defining your particular kind of "phototherapy" (which you have spelled incorrectly, so this makes me already curious to know at what level of study is your research investigation?)
Do you mean "phototherapy" as used by therapists in formal therapy sessions? or as use by people for their own self-exploration and healing (which is actually "Therapeutic Photography" instead)?
or do you mean one of the other kinds of "phototherapy" (skin treatment, light for depression, etc...) -- so for that reason I think you need to clarify what YOU are seeking to know ABOUT.
Secondly, I would suggest that you be a bit more pro-active and write the key people in the field, directly. This might get you more responses.
Have you seen the website ("PhotoTherapy Techniques in Counseling and Therapy") yet??
If not, please go read it (as suggested by the paragraphs at the top of the main page for this Discussion Group).
And even if you have, the best suggestion would be to find the people who most interest you (for getting interviews with) on the "Who is Doing What, Where" page of that site. THOSE are the people who are likely to have the most experience for answering you from...
Regardless, please poast again to share with us what kind of research you are doing (for what topic regarding PhotoTherapy) and what kinds of questions you might be asking.
THEN we can decide if we are willing to give up the time to help you out.
Judy Weiser, Discussion Group Administrator