Symposium on Photography in Coaching
November 18th, 2023 | 3:00pm-6:30 pm CEST
The First Symposium on Photography in Coaching on November 18th, 2023. Among the Speakers are five Professional Coaches from various countries, an Artist Photographer, Judy Weiser – world authority on the emotional significance of personal photographs, and Dorota Raniszewska – known worldwide as the Photography in Coaching developer. It’s International and in English. We will present case studies about using photographs and photography across multiple coaching and well-being contexts. The contexts will include life coaching, relationship healing, personal growth programs, brand coaching and after-cancer treatment. If you are looking to help your clients capture unique perspectives and emotions visually, deepen self-awareness, build self-confidence and various personality strengths, create a visual dialogue, develop creativity, and reconnect with themselves, others, and the broader world, this Symposium is for you!
Here are the Speakers and the Agenda:
Dorota Raniszewska, based in Poland
Images we live in – Opening speech.
Judy Weiser, based in Canada
PhotoTherapy Techniques and Photos in Coaching – what’s the connection? – Two world experts have a conversation: Judy Weiser – world authority on the emotional significance of personal photographs, and Dorota Raniszewska – known worldwide as the Photography in Coaching developer.
Rachel Silveston, based in Switzerland
S’en sortir project – Creating a visual dialogue that reconnects people.
Antoinette Biehlmeier, based in Singapore
Being Present with What Is – Photography in Focusing
Bridget Austin, based in the UK
I forgot about the cancer – Connect Program – Photography in helping after Cancer treatment.
Iwona Suska-Spagnoli, based in Belgium
Unveiling the Self, Expanding Horizons, and Igniting Creativity – The Close UP Project
Lars Neumann, based in Germany
Personality Portraits – Photography in Brand and Executive Coaching
Participants will also have the opportunity to meet in break-out rooms for conversations and Q&A.