Once upon a time, when photography was just beginning to conquer the masses, many superstitions were associated with it. People often simply refused to be photographed, because they were sure that every frame where you are depicted takes away a piece of your soul. This is not to say that many still cover photos of young children with emojis from someone else's evil eye. There are some fears in us that are difficult to defeat even in the 21st century. But I recently thought that if you transform fear and rethink it, it turns out that only having poured out one’s soul piece by piece into different and very unexpected shots, a person can take and see this very soul in a completely new way. In a way, that one couldn’t see it before. Do you understand, that during phototherapy the depiction of a beautiful appearance or outfit is far from my MAJOR task, because any good photographer can do it? Phototherapy is an opportunity to see yourself differently. Live the emotions. Challenge the fears. Recall the pain. And defeat them. Without leaving the studio.