If you’re a mental health care practitioner, you probably already have a pretty good toolkit for working with your clients. The good news is that no matter what your preferred modalities are, you can likely add ecotherapy to your practice. I’d like to offer a few reasons why you might like to become an ecotherapist.
- Book Review: The Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Workbook by Charlton Hall
- When Ecotherapy Isn’t a Good Fit
- Eco-Poetry: Mary Oliver’s “Wild Geese”
- Guest Post: Wilderness As Healing
- Why Be an Ecotherapist?
- Ecopsychology and Self-Care
- How to Be Hopeful in the Time of Climate Change
- Ecopsychology in Defiance of Fear
- Book Review: Drawdown edited by Paul Hawken
- Resilience in the Face of Climate Change