Theresa Diehl is a burn survivor who embraces photography on a therapeutic level. With a degree in Psychology and through her own life experiences as a burn survivor, she has been blessed with compassion for life and the appreciation for the healing power of all forms of art. Over her lifetime, Theresa has used writing, poetry and photography as a therapeutic means to overcome the negative events in her life. Theresa's artistic gifts were born out of her need to find self-worth, inner love and beauty in the world around her. She has learned that by sharing her talents as a photographer that she can not only bring inner peace and healing to herself but to those around her. Theresa's photography varies immensely from portraiture to fine art nature prints. To date, her photography has been placed in hospitals worldwide, which includes St. Anthony's Behavioral Health Center in St. Louis, Missouri, Hospice Nicola Falde near Naples Italy and in Arusha Lutheran Medical Centre in Arusha Tanzania.