Discover how therapeutic photography makes it easier for you to improve communication and build empathy to overcome depression and anxiety. Take photos, analyze them and change your life. And do it all anytime, anywhere.

 

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Tomorrow I am meeting with a counsellor, for the first time in my life, to talk about my depression and it is entirely thanks to you and your work.
— Message to The One Project
 
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This led me to make interesting discoveries about myself and I really experienced how healing photography can be.
— Stephanie Blumensaat
A unique approach to a subject which affects us all at some point in our lives.
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I began to see how this could not only change my life, but help others do the same for themselves.
— Bryce Evans, Joseph Wu: folding his way through depression | Vancouver Sun
 

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