Thomas Doherty at Antioch University New England

Antioch University New England

Thomas Doherty will be presenting two talks at Antioch University New England on Friday, December 3rd and Monday, December 6th.

Environmental Studies Colloquium Series: Thomas Doherty “Master of Two Worlds”

Psychology Tools for Conservation Professionals

Date: Friday, 12/3/10
Time: 11:30-12:45
Place: Dance Studio

Clinical psychologist and Antioch alumni Thomas Doherty will introduce the model of personal sustainability he uses with his clients and describe research and practices for promoting diverse environmental identities, personally meaningful conservation behaviors, and resilience in the face of environmental catastrophe. He will describe the complex pathways to environmentally significant behavior and ways to work with positive and negative emotions to foster motivation, creativity, and equanimity, and to avoid push back.

The Master of Two Worlds metaphor, drawn from the archetypal Hero’s Journey, provides a useful model for agents of change who carry a vision of sustainability and labor to foster their vision in their families, organizations, and communities.

This event is free and open to the public

For more information, please contact:
Alesia Maltz
603-283-2329
[email protected]

 

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Psychology and Global Climate Change

Date: Monday, 12/6/10
Time: 11:45-12:45
Place: Community Room

Antioch University New England alumnus Thomas Doherty will share his experiences serving on the recent American Psychological Association Task Force on Global Climate Change and report from his recent manuscript on the psychological impacts of climate change. He will describe how the recognition of psychological impacts can validate individuals’ emotional reactions to climate change and inform effective mitigation and adaptation efforts.

The New York Times prominently featured Doherty in a January 2010 article, calling him “the most prominent American advocate of a growing discipline known as ecopsychology.” Please join us for this informative and timely presentation.

For more information, please contact:

Abigail Abrash Walton
603.283.2344
[email protected]ioch.edu

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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