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Ecopsychology in Counseling Certificate

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Ecopsychology in Counseling Certificate
Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education & Counseling
Portland, Oregon USA

Lewis & Clark’s Ecopsychology in Counseling Certificate explores the relationships between mental health, wellbeing, and the natural environment and investigates ways counseling psychologists can contribute to conservation and sustainability. The courses draw on a robust body of scientific research—on topics […]

Sustainable Self at Sundance

presents…

Identity, Coping And Thriving In An Ecological Age

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In this exclusive and timely weekend workshop and film premiere, Dr. Thomas Doherty, a specialist in the psychology of human-nature relationship and environmental issues, will lead participants in a journey of personal discovery and restoration within the beautiful Sundance Resort and the Wasatch Range.

Dr. Doherty—called by The New […]

By |July 18th, 2010|Announcements, Ecopsychology, Events, Workshop|0 Comments

Ecopsychology earns national media attention

from the Lewis & Clark news story.
See article below as it was originally published HERE.

In an era when concerns about the health of the natural world spur grand global events, like last year’s Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, some psychologists are helping bring ecological anxieties into perspective for average people.

Ecopsychology is a contemporary movement toward recognizing […]

By |February 18th, 2010|articles, Ecopsychology, Media, Personal Sustainability|0 Comments

Ecopsychology Journal Interview • Shierry Weber Nicholsen

In this wide-ranging interview, psychoanalyst and author Shierry Weber Nicholsen discussed ways she addresses environmental issues with clients in her psychotherapy practice, the background of her book The Love of Nature and the End of the World (2002), and her thoughts about the benefits of a psychoanalytic perspective on individual and group processes regarding environmental […]

By |September 3rd, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments