Caroline Jensen, photographer and psychotherapist, has visited therapists on four continents over a period of ten years. Her photographs show rooms where people share their innermost thoughts and emotions. The empty chairs and armchairs in these rooms raise questions: What life-changing themes are dealt with here? How does the interior design affect the direction of the conversation and why are the rooms furnished in this way?
Room for Therapy is a collaboration between Caroline Jensen and interior designer Ingrid Unsöld. In the book, Unsöld reflects on the way interior design influences our ability to open up and think in new ways. Room for Therapy offers a unique insight into rooms that are normally closed. With foreword by Anna Clarén.
Caroline Jensen is based in Sweden. She is also a licensed psychotherapist with her own practice since 19 years. She combines her two professions with a deep interest in the process of change.
Ingrid Unsöld holds a Industrial design MFA from the Royal Danish academy of fine arts and is based in Sweden. She works with design of public environments and has a special interest in pedagogy and psychology. Ingrid Unsöld has been writing about interior design for the Swedish magazine Modern psykologi.