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Sustainable Self Earth Day at Esalen

Earth Day Event Weekend Workshop Master of Two Worlds: Manifesting Personal Sustainability in Your Life and Work Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California   April 22-24, 2011 Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA In this Earth Day workshop, Thomas Joseph Doherty, a specialist in ecopsychology, will weave insights from neuroscience, environmental psychology, and mind-body [...]

Sustainable Self Earth Day Events

Earth Day Events Weekend Workshop Master of Two Worlds: Manifesting Personal Sustainability in Your Life and Work Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California   April 22-24, 2011 Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA Join Thomas Doherty for a special Earth Day workshop that weaves insights from the social sciences, psychology, and mind-body health and [...]

By |February 17th, 2011|Announcements, Ecopsychology, Events, Workshop|0 Comments

SAVE THE DATE :: Earth Day 2011 at Esalen

Master of Two Worlds: Manifesting Personal Sustainability in Your Life and Work Weekend of April 22-24, 2011 Sunset at Esalen In this Earth Day workshop, Thomas Joseph Doherty, a specialist in ecopsychology, will weave insights from neuroscience, environmental psychology, and mind-body health to present a model of personal sustainability. Thomas will share practices [...]

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 [...]

By |January 17th, 2010|articles, Media|1 Comment

Ecopsychology Journal • Interview Robert Greenway

Robert Greenway is Professor Emeritus in Psychology at Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California. He has explored human nature relationships for over 40 years. In this wide-ranging interview, Robert discusses his personal history; the development of his wilderness expedition program at Sonoma State; his thoughts on science and the value of multiple modes [...]

By |March 2nd, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments