Ecopsychology Journal Interview • Shierry Weber Nicholsen

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Shierry Weber Nicholsen
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 issues.

Nicholsen also spoke about her intellectual and professional development and current artistic pursuits as a stone carver and practitioner of the cello.

She spoke to Ecopsychology editor Thomas Joseph Doherty from her office in Seattle, Washington.

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Published by Thomas Doherty

Psychologist Thomas Doherty's work on environmental sustainability and health has been featured in publications like the New York Times and in talks worldwide. Thomas consults with individuals and organizations through his business Sustainable Self. He was the founding Director of the Ecopsychology Certificate Program at Lewis & Clark Graduate School and Founding Editor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed academic journal Ecopsychology. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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