Supporting the healing process by transforming grief and suffering into works of shared creativity and expression.
Through the art of photography, survivors of suicide are able to identify and express pieces of themselves and their stories. A photo is taken by each individual that embodies a thought, feeling, emotion, or experience. It can represent something that has helped a person grieve and heal or can symbolize places of darkness or light.
Below are some excerpts from our 2010 Phototherapy book. Contact the CSPP office if you would like to purchase a copy of the book.