‘Digital storytelling: Using videos to increase social wellness’

Marty Otañez, Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department at UC Denver, and Wanda Lakota, a doctoral candidate at the University of Denver, co-authored ‘Digital storytelling: Using videos to increase social wellness,’ in J Cohen and L Johnson, eds., Video filmmaking as psychotherapy: Research and practice, Routledge: New York. In the chapter, Otañez and Lakota present a case study on the creation of a digital story called Betsy Bug about schizophrenia and discuss how video-making presents opportunities for therapeutic change. Published February 2015.
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About otanezm

Marty Otañez: Associate Professor and Professional Filmmaker in the Anthropology Department, University of Colorado Denver, marty.otanez[at]ucdenver.edu.

Producer of public access television show on Comcast Cable Channel 57 through Denver Open Media called ‘Getting High on Anthropology,’ http://fsandgreen.org/shows

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