The photography community with proven tools to build a better you

Starting in 2010 as the first photography community for depression and anxiety, The One Project is a global movement and collection of online wellness tools to help you become the best version of your authentic self.
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A private online community to use therapeutic photography techniques, connect, and help support others suffering from depression and anxiety – forever free.
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Let's Change The Conversation Around Mental Health

If you've overcome these issues in the past, are suffering now, or want to better understand and support what others are going through — this is for you!

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Create your account and get started in our affordable online courses.

Learn Therapeutic Photography

Discover the healing power of photography with our proven techniques.

Gain Self Awareness

See how your stories reflect your state and actively work to create your best life.

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All of our courses have affordable pricing options and all proceeds help grow our community and fund our mission.

* Please note that you will need to create a new, seperate account for our online courses. You are able to choose the same username as our community, if available.

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Lead the way, get lifetime access to everything (courses plus more), and help build the future of mental health by funding our mission.

I suffer from depression. Until now, I've never said that out loud. I have spent years and years trying to hide from the stigma that comes with being depressed, too embarrassed to ask for help and too anxious to feel like anyone would listen.

I don't know when the exact moment was, but I was flipping through The One Project website and it hit me like a train. I don't have to feel this way. And I don't have to do this alone.

Molly Mitchell

Photography has been one of the best things I have ever done for my mental health. It helped me get through the empty nest syndrome, the passing of my Mother and also has helped me process and make sense of past childhood trauma. It’s a tool widely overlooked that deserves more awareness.

Melanie Hood

I don’t feel alone anymore. I feel free and finally have the support I need to move on and recover.

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After posting my first story, I was blown away by the immediate support from the community and Bryce himself. It just quickly felt like a safe environment to share emotions and feelings.

During the course, I learned more about the power of photography and learned new ways to express myself through my photographs. I feel that now I am really able to use photographs as a therapeutic tool.

Maria Cooks

In April of this year, when I learned of The One Project, I was particularly inspired by Bryce Evans’ recommendation, “If you find yourself in darkness, the first thing to do is find and start capturing the light.”

Since that time, I have conscientiously tried to Seek, Capture and Share light and goodness by photographing and sharing positive, uplifting and enlightening images, whether they capture the awesome grandeur of the rising sun or the exuberant joy of a child’s face.

As I do so, I find my own spirit is enlightened and lifted upwards from oppressive darkness into glorious light. Thank you to The One Project for being such a positive influence in my life.

Mark Dixon

I am one of the earliest pioneers of the techniques of “PhotoTherapy” and “Therapeutic Photography” (using personal photographs and photo-taking as tools to improve therapy process, increase personal well-being, or create positive social change).

Photography can be a very powerful means of confronting problems and providing a way to overcome and survive them. Bryce Evans has started a vital conversation, using photography as his language for activating that dialogue.

Judy WeiserR.Psych., A.T.R., Founder/Director of the PhotoTherapy Centre

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