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Apr 23, 2020 | By: Bev Walden
“My bias is very simple. I think they (family photographs) should be on the wall,” says Krauss.
“I am very conservative about self-esteem and I think placing a family photo someplace in the home where the child can see it every day without having to turn on a device or click around on a computer to find it really hits home for that child this sense of reassurance and comfort. They have a certainty about them and a protecting quality that nurtures a child. It let’s them know where they are in the pecking order and that they are loved and cared for,” says Krauss."
David A. Krauss, Ph.DKrauss, from Cleveland, Ohio, has been involved professionally with PhotoTherapy since 1977 and is one of the pioneers in the field, having made contributions as an early advocate and trainer as well as the writer who delineated the theoretical foundations of the field.