Ecopsychology and ecotherapy are vibrant approaches to mental health care, and while the practical elements are certainly important, sometimes we do need to think about the theory end, too. Here’s where I’ll discuss issues that may come up when practicing ecotherapy, and some possible solutions. Clients and other people are welcome to read these as well; you may get a little more insight into some of the work professionals put into creating a constructive setting for you to collaborate on your mental health and well-being.
How to Incorporate Ecotherapy into the Intake Process – some basic tips on using ecopsychology and ecotherapy at the start of your work with a new client.
You Don’t Have to Be an Ecotherapist to Practice Ecotherapy – even if you don’t identify as an ecotherapist specifically, you can still incorporate elements of ecotherapy into your practice, and here’s how.
Ecotherapy and Accessibility – how to make ecotherapy accessible to marginalized populations.
Unconditional Positive Regard and Ecopsychology – a humanistic psych/ecopsychology combo with some powerful implications.
Why Be an Ecotherapist? – some great reasons to incorporate ecotherapy into your practice that benefit your clients and you.