Definition attributable to University of California at Hayward (see link on this ODP page) 1. The emerging synthesis of ecology and psychology 2. The skillful application of ecological insight to the practice of psychotherapy 3. The study of our emotional bond with the Earth 4. The search for an environmentally-based standard of mental health 5. Re-defining "sanity" as if the whole world mattered Reference: http://isis.csuhayward.edu/ALSS/ECO/index.html
An organization that promotes environmental awareness and social change through the arts and ecopsychological principles.
The Ecopsychology Institute was established at California State University, Hayward in April 1994 to facilitate an international dialogue between two communities: environmental scientists/activists on the one hand, and psychologists/psychotherapists on the other.
An article on the investigation of green behavior by Catherine Honora Kineavy.
Nature-Connected Psychology Online: Ph.D or M.S. degrees include your prior experiences: inexpensive, accredited. Transferable courses and internships improve careers, global consciousness and human-environmental relationships.
Applied ecopsychology and integrated ecology distant learning. B.S., M.S., Ph.D and Post Doctoral information.
An informal, international, interdisciplinary virtual community devoted to reflecting on the questions which arise from an ecopsychological viewpoint.
Academic research journal directed toward individuals who have an interest in the study of interrelationships between people and their sociophysical surroundings.
Contains five related articles on the website of Dennis Merritt, Jungian analyst, in the ecopsychology section.
Offers information on courses, training books, and degree programs.
A summary for this book, which offers an original introduction to ecopsychology - an emerging field that ties the human mind to the natural world.
Depth-psychological perspectives on listening to the ignored voice of place.
An ecological model that integrates modern psychology with the great spiritual and mythological traditions.
The threads which join the five authors this site focuses on include their various efforts to create a new perspective on our human experience as a Wholeness. Essays by George Kelly, Ronnie Laing, Gregory Bateson, Ernst von Glasersfeld, and Humberto Maturana.
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