Help! I need your help to decide if I should start putting 2,000-3,000 photos on this site for the exclusive use of my subscribers. Please check out the images.

Terms of Use

Subscribers to have access to the use of these photos. The users have permission to use them as therapy materials. They also have permission to place them in books/workbooks they write either for therapy, for sale, or to use them for their own satisfaction of writing stories. The users are given permission to alter the images as needed.  

Examples of the above permission use: 1. Use them in your own personal therapy or teaching. 2. Use them as part of the materials you write and sell on Teachers Pay Teachers or other sites. 3. Use them in storybooks you write and sell. 

The photographer, Lavelle Carlson, has spent many hours and money over the years either taking photos that she used in therapy or money in paying others to produce images for her therapy lessons and stories/books. It is forbidden that the subscribers/users sell the individual photos or share them with others without the approval of Examples of non-permitted use: 1. Sell them on your website as individual photos/pictures. 2. Sell or give them to your co-workers. 3. Sell them on photo sites.

Alpaca – Machu Picchu, Peru

Bird, Scarlet Macaw, Costa Rica

Cardinal, Hill Country, Texas

Llama, Machu Picchu, Peru

Owl, Hill Country, Texas

Squirrel, Hill Country, Texas

SLP Storytellers Photos

2 thoughts on “SLP Storytellers Photos

  • July 8, 2020 at 3:17 am


    Personally I think they’re great! Especially in this new teletherapy day and age 🙂
    I use ton of pictures every week in my sessions…mostly things I’ve done/seen over the weekend. People can organize them into categories/activities or even as visual supports, conversation starters, descriptions, possibilities are endless.

    Thanks for all your great resources and ideas!

  • July 8, 2020 at 8:46 pm

    The pictures you shared are AMAZING. The pictures would be so useful for so many activities. They grab your attention and peak your intrest. I could definitely see my students wanted to see, use, and talk about them during sessions.
    All the best

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