The 4th Annual Chronic Pain & Illness Photography Project for women starts April 2, 2018! This is a FREE 14-day therapeutic photography e-course for women who live with chronic pain or illness. The project takes place in a closed Facebook group. There will be ten photo prompts, related to chronic pain/illness, over 14 days. Participate as much or as little as you would like. No experience necessary. Just use your phone-camera, snap away and share in the group. The course is for newcomers and previous participants! I can’t stress enough that you do not need any photography experience.
“This [project] has changed my life, my marriage and my entire outlook on my illness. Your project saved me in a way I can never repay. It has sincerely been life changing and I’m forever grateful to you for it.” ~2015 Participant, Jenna
As noted, the course takes place in a CLOSED Facebook group. The daily photo prompts will all be related to pain/illness and will include an explanation of how to approach each topic. Past prompts have included: acceptance of pain/illness, gratitude, and goals. You and the other participants will then take and post a photo along with a few sentences about your experience related to the prompt. You are also encouraged to reflect on and comment on other participants’ photos. The personal nature of the group quickly creates a supportive environment to share and many lasting friendships are often created.
Have a look at photos from previous projects – 2017, 2016 and 2015. Hear what past participants thought about the project here.
Photography can be incredibly healing for those of us with chronic pain/illness. Photography allows us to express feelings about our pain/illness we might not otherwise be able to. To learn more about the benefits of photography for pain/illness click here.
REGISTER by March 26, 2018: Click here to sign-up. You will receive the link to the projects’ Facebook group in a confirmation email once you register.
I am really excited to be offering this project again after such an enriching and successful project last year. I hope you will join this fun and healing project.