Monthly Archives: January 2010


Is There an Ecological Unconscious?

Thomas Doherty was featured in The New York Times Magazine about the field of Ecopsychology. See article below as published originally HERE. By DANIEL B. SMITH Published: January 31, 2010 About eight years ago, Glenn Albrecht began receiving frantic calls from residents of the Upper Hunter Valley, a 6,000-square-mile region in southeastern Australia. [...]

Thomas Doherty on the Tim Conway Jr. Show • KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles

On Friday, January 22nd, Thomas Doherty talked with Los Angeles radio personality Tim Conway, Jr. from KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles about increased environmental awareness in couples. Tim shared his humorous take on "green fights" in modern marriages. Read the recent New York Times article that prompted the discussion about how going [...]

“Anchors to the world I created for myself…”

From Thomas: Thursday January 21, 2010 Photo credit: Copyright 2009 Nikki McClure, with permission granted by ABRAMS Books For Young Readers It was the second day of my new environmental psychology class for undergrads at Lewis and Clark College. I offer examples of various kinds of environmental psychology and ecopsychology. I talked about the influential [...]

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Preserving the Planet, Straining the Relationship: Therapists Report Increase in Green Disputes

Thomas Doherty and others were interviewed about ecological concerns as they affect family and relationships. See article below as published originally HERE. By LESLIE KAUFMAN Published: January 17, 2010 Gordon Fleming is, by his own account, an environmentally sensitive guy. He bikes 12 1/2 miles to and from his job at a software [...]

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