Thomas Doherty has played an integral role in the recent development of ecopsychology and environmental approaches within psychology through his research, teaching and publications.

The report on psychology and global climate change Thomas co-authored has been cited nearly 400 times. His paper “The Psychological Impacts of Global Climate Change” has been cited over 500 times.

Thomas’ newest publications include:

  • Harper, N. & Doherty T. J. (2020) An Introduction to Outdoor Therapies in N. J. Harper & W. W. Dobud (Eds.). Outdoor Therapies: An Introduction to Practices, Possibilities, and Critical Perspectives. New York: Routledge.
  • Kelly, J., Doherty, T. J., Gabel, T., Disbrow, W. (2019). Large Carnivore Attacks on Humans: The State of Knowledge. Human Ecology Review, 25, 15-33. DOI: 10.22459/HER.25.02.2019.03
  • Doherty, T. J. (2018). Individual impacts and resilience. In Clayton & Manning (Eds.). Psychology and Climate Change. New York: Elsevier
  • Doherty, T. J. (2016). Theoretical and Empirical Foundations for Ecotherapy. In M. Jordan & J. Hinds (Eds.). Ecotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice. London: Palgrave

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