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Feb. 28th, 2010 | 01:27 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

I have had this essay bouncing around in my head for longer than I care to think about:

An Ecopsychological Alternative to Maiden, Mother and Crone

Sorry to have let this community go fallow for so long--graduate school has eaten more of my life than I had expected!

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Jun. 8th, 2009 | 03:26 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

Ecotherapy edited by Linda Buzzell and Craig Chalquist

The link above is to my review of Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind</a>, the new antholoy from the Sierra Club (who also published the 1995 Ecopsychology anthology edited by Roszak, Kanner and Gomes). I can't say enough good about this book--check out the review for details!

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Jun. 5th, 2009 | 08:17 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

Thomas Berry, ecotheologian and a big name in ecopsychology, died on June 1 - I have, but haven't yet read, his classic Dream of the Earth

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May. 28th, 2009 | 10:19 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

Chas Clifton wrote a short but interesting post on ecopsychology - check out the "Where You At?" quiz near the end; good food for thought.

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May. 27th, 2009 | 11:29 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

Here's an article about ecopsychology in the Oregonian

A few thoughts on humans as animalsCollapse )

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May. 19th, 2009 | 09:20 pm
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May. 18th, 2009 | 02:01 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

One quick note--the Ecopsychology journal I've been interning with recently released it's first issue! It's online-only for now, and the first issue is available for FREE download! I haven't yet had a chance to read through the articles in their entirety, but what I have seen looks good. Click the link above if you want to see for yourself what it is that I've been geeking out over :)

Also, I recently picked up a copy of Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind edited by Linda Buzzell and Craig Chalquist, and just started reading it. I'll review it here once I'm done.

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Apr. 16th, 2009 | 01:36 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

A blog of interest: Permaculture for Renters. It's pretty new, but already there are some really good posts with lots of food for thought. permaculturerssis the RSS feed if you want to watch it on your f-list.

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Apr. 11th, 2009 | 11:30 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

I expanded my thoughts on bioregionalism (and spirituality) over on my other blog, in case you're interested.

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Apr. 11th, 2009 | 03:47 pm
posted by: lupagreenwolf in ecopsychology

Psychology for a Sustainable Future: Emotions, Ethics and Actions in an Era of Climate Change

An interactive conference exploring the roles of psychologists and mental health professionals in the movement toward a sustainable future

Each day, stories in the media remind us of the impacts of climate change and peak oil. People are struggling with economic difficulties, the emotional impact of ecological degeneration, and questions about how to respond to problems that seem abstract, devastating and overwhelming.

In 2007, the Psychology-Ecology-Sustainability conference opened our investigation of the relationship between psychology and the environment, exploring a number of important questions. This year, our conference will deepen our initial investigation by focusing on three topics:

* Ethics,
* Behavioral Change, and
* Emotion.

Psychology for a Sustainable Future: Emotions, Ethics and Actions in an Era of Climate Change, will be held June 19-21, 2009, on the Lewis & Clark campus in Portland, Oregon. Continuing Education credits for mental health professionals will be available for all sessions.

More information here

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