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         Ecopsychology:     more books (23)
  1. Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind
  2. Sight and Sensibility : The Ecopsychology of Perception by Laura Sewall, 1999-10-04
  3. The Voice of the Earth: An Exploration of Ecopsychology by Theodore Roszak, 2001-12-01
  4. Radical Ecopsychology: Psychology in the Service of Life (Suny Series in Radical Social and Political Theory) by Andy Fisher, 2002-02-21
  5. Ecopsychology by Vladimir Antonov, 2008-09-27
  6. The Web of Life Imperative: Regenerative Ecopsychology Techniques that Help People Think in Balance with Natural Systems by Ed.D Michael J. Cohen, 2003-06-16
  7. Out of the Shadow: Ecopsychology, Story, and Encounters with the Land (Under the Sign of Nature: Explorations in Ecocriticism) by Rinda West, 2007-11-01
  8. Ecopsychology as Ultimate Force Psychology by Jorge Conesa Ph.D. Sevilla, 2006-10-25
  9. Environmental Psychology: Wayfinding, Human Factors, Cognitive Ergonomics, Ecopsychology, Behavioral Geography, Ecological Psychology, Socio-architecture, ... Ecology, Architecture, Behavioural Sciences.
  10. Cultural Ecopsychology: Displacement and The Urban African American Community by Jeanine M. Canty, 2000-01-01
  11. Out of the Shadow: Ecopsychology, Story, and Encounters with the Land.(Book review): An article from: MELUS by Tom J. Hillard, 2009-06-22
  12. THE VOICE OF THE EARTH An Exploration of Ecopsychology by Theodore Roszak, 1993
  13. Sight &_Sensibility :: The Ecopsychology of Perception by Lsurs Sewsl, 1999
  14. Stewards of Spirit: Awakening in the Light of Rachel's Ballads by Gianetta Ellis, 2007-05-08

81. Ecopsychology Presentation To The Bham Community Group Of IONS 2/14/99
ecopsychology Overview and Application. Letting Earth Teach Using IntegratedSensory Ecology Techniques A Current Application of ecopsychology.
Ecopsychology: Overview and Application A Presentation Delivered
Steve Smith, R.N., B.S.N.
to the
Birmingham Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) Community Group
Birmingham, Alabama
February 14, 1999 Introduction:
Today I want to present a brief overview of the field of ecopsychology that will include various definitions of ecopsychology, a few of the major concepts, as well as list of bibliographic references such that you may pursue further learning if you so choose. I will then conclude with information about the work of Dr. Michael Cohen who has developed experiential learning applications for these principles of ecopsychology. Definitions:
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. From the faculty directory listing for Sarah Conn of the Center for Psychology and Social Change (an affiliate of the Department of Psychiatry at the Cambridge Hospital, Harvard Medical School), Key Concepts

82. Universal Pantheist Society - Book Review: Ecopsychology: Restoring The Earth/He
BOOK REVIEW ecopsychology Restoring the Earth/Healing the Mind edited by TheodoreRoszak, Mary E. Gomes, and Allen D. Kanner (SF Sierra Club Books, 1995).
Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth/Healing the Mind
edited by Theodore Roszak, Mary E. Gomes, and Allen D. Kanner (S.F. Sierra Club Books, 1995).
by Harold W. Wood, Jr.
This collection of 26 essays by leaders in the new field of ecopsychology is in three parts: (1) Theoretical Perspectives, (2) Ecopsychology in Practice, and (3) Cultural Diversity and Political Engagement. While the topics covered are numerous and eclectic, and collection of writers diverse, it seems that the whole book is geared toward reaching the final third. That is to say, the intent of the book is intensely political, in the sense of using ecopsychology to contribute to protection of the Earth. The writers featured include such luminaries as Theodore Roszak, Lester Brown, Paul Shepard, Joanna Macy, David Abram, and our own Universal Pantheist Society board member William Cahalan. Some are environmentalists, but perhaps most of the authors are clinical psychologists. The central part of the book is not the only part to emphasize the practical; even "Theoretical Perspectives" comes from people with profound actual experience or expertise in the field. One essay that stood out as being important to Pantheists was "The Ecology of Grief" by Phyllis Windle. As I have argued elsewhere (

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85. Empyrean - My Words - Ecopsychology
ecopsychology is a new subfield within the discipline of psychology, trulystill in it's infancy, and thus has not yet been precisely defined.
     Ecopsychology is a new sub-field within the discipline of psychology, truly still in it's infancy, and thus has not yet been precisely defined. It is more of a perspective or an orientation, a beginning place for examining phenomena. It has been optimistically labelled by Sarah Conn as the "fourth force" in psychology, rebelling against the strict individualism of the previous three forces within psychology. The simplest definition might be that ecopsychology is a synthesis of ecology and psychology, but it is truly greater than that; as the old saying goes, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. The ecopsychological perspective attempts to bring to psychology the realization that the relationship between humans and all other things is an essential part of the self.
     Lane and Sarah Conn have come up with a tentative list of principles of ecopsychology, which include the following: 1) "The Earth is a living system, part of the universe which is also a living system;" 2) "Human beings, their products and cultures are integral and crucial parts of that system. Healthy human development... must include realization of the interconnectedness and interdependence of the human and non-human aspects of the world;" 3) "The health of the entire system and any of its parts requires harmonious, sustainable, and mutually nurturing relationships among the parts, and between the parts and the whole." Based on these relatively simple principles, it is possible to come up with an analysis of the current situation in which we find ourselves, where we are effectively destroying the life of our planet and thereby our own lives.

86. Search Results
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87. The Necessity Of An Ecopsychology Of/as "Nature Religion"
The Necessity of an ecopsychology of/as Nature Religion . Preparedfor the panel on 'Nature Religion' as a Theoretical Construct
The Necessity of an Ecopsychology of/as
"Nature Religion"
Prepared for the panel on "'Nature Religion' as a Theoretical Construct: Reflections from an Emerging Field" held at the American Academy of Religion annual meeting, Orlando, Florida, on 23 November 1998. Daniel C. Noel
Vermont College of Norwich University As a psychologist of religion, I should like to make some observations about the relationship between the human psyche and the other-than-human natural world, in particular as one tradition in psychology sees that relationship. Let me begin by quoting words I take to be both exemplary for the tradition in question and pertinent to our discussion of "nature religion": Yet there is so much that fills me: plants, animals, clouds, day and night, and the eternal in man. The more uncertain I have felt about myself, the more there has grown up in me a feeling of kinship with all things. In fact it seems to me as if that alienation which so long separated me from the world has become transferred into my own inner world, and has revealed to me an unexpected unfamiliarity with myself This striking passage appears on the last page of C.G. Jung's autobiography

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Creativity, Healing, and Shamanism: The Workshop

Participants in this 4-day workshop will explore a new paradigm for an ancient art, experience a deep connection to nature's spirits, and evoke the creativity and healing of the shaman. June 21-24, 2001.
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Eagle Mountain Institute

Offers wilderness quests, ecopsychology-based personal and spiritual growth, and nature-awareness programs and workshops.

89. Foundation For Global Community - Videos - Ecopsychology
Videos ecopsychology ecopsychology. A powerful, yet sensitive statement withthree leaders of the emerging field of ecopsychology. RALPH METZNER.
Restoring the Earth, Healing the Self
Ecopsychology is a new science that links psychology and ecology, nature and human consciousness, and our mental health and the health of the planet. The subject is explored in depth by author and historian Theodore Roszak, clinical psychologist Sarah Conn, and Carl Anthony, president of Earth Island Institute.
"A powerful, yet sensitive statement with three leaders of the emerging field of ecopsychology." - RALPH METZNER Order form Any comment? Back to Videos ... About Us

90. Ecopsychology
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Eco Psychology On Line
The Ecopsychology Institute was established at California State University, Hayward in April 1994 to facilitate an international dialogue between two communities: environmental scientists/ activists
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91. 3 Articles: Applied Ecopsychology
Three Articles Related To. Applied ecopsychology. ARTICLE 1 APPLIEDecopsychology COUNSELING AND EDUCATING WITH NATURE. Revised
Three Articles Related To Applied Ecopsychology
Revised from Psychology Today, May-June 1994 From the druids of the Celtic forests to the great tribes of American Indians, people have sought peace and wisdom by living according to the laws of Mother Nature. Unfortunately, this century will be remembered for unprecedented exploitation of natureand widespread psychological disturbance of individuals. No coincidence to Michael J. Cohen, Ed.D., pioneer of what he calls integrated ecology. A synthesis of ecology and psychology, integrated ecology proposes that both the destruction of the Earth's environment and people's isolation, stress and dysfunction stem from a fundamental denial of our connection to nature. And by reconnecting with nature, not surprisingly, we reverse our disorders. Western civilization emphasizes only the faculties of sight, reason, and language, forcing most of us to suppress our natural sensesall 53 of them, by Cohen's reckoning. Among them: hunger, thirst, compassion; color, sex, place; community, nurturing and peace. Spending over 95% of our lives cloistered and indoors leaves these natural sensory connections excessively wanting; human dysfunction and evilscigarette smoking to greed to violence naturally follow. Cohen is not a lone hunter of the bond between man and nature. According to Pulitzer-Prize winning sociobiologist Edward O. Wilson, Ph.D., of Harvard, people have an inherent biological need to be in contact with the out-of-doors. He calls it "biophilia", and believes that nature may hold the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive, and even spiritual satisfaction. Our childhood love of animals and natural myths and fairy tales may be early evidence of our basic affinity for nature and its instructive and healing properties.

92. Treatments For Mental Illness And Psychological Disorders
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93. Re-earthing - Ecopsychology, Empowerment, Evolution. A Weekend Of Experiential D
Reearthing - ecopsychology, Empowerment, Evolution. Aweekend of Experiential Deep Ecology With John Seed.
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For Joanna Macey experiential Deep Ecology is 'The work that Re-connects'. It is a series of rituals that she and John Seed created to help heal the sense of alienation from the earth that most of us feel, and to connect us with new sources of joy, commitment and inspiration. Many people intellectually realise that we are inseparable from 'nature', and that the sense of separation we feel from the 'greater than human world' is illusory. But these rituals enable us to actually experience our connectedness, in our hearts and in our bodies. By rediscovering our interconnectedness with all beings we can find empowerment as agents of positive change. Re-earthing uses interactive exercises, guided meditations and work with body and breath to help us to reconnect with our four and a half billion year evolutionary journey. John Seed will facilitate a weekend of 'Experiential Deep Ecology' at 'Earthspirit' (near Glastonbury) on 31st March - 2nd April.

94. Applied Ecopsychology Integrated Ecology - MS
Applied ecopsychology and integrated ecology MS program. PhD also available.Category Science Social Sciences ecopsychology Academic Programs......Applied ecopsychology Integrated Ecology MS. Faculty Members Biographies.School of Education Applied ecopsychology Integrated Ecology MS or Ph.D.

95. Molly Young Brown - Transformative Education & Counseling - Ecopsychology, Deep
ecopsychology DEEP ECOLOGY These two movements seem very closely related tome; in fact, I have trouble distinguishing between them. ecopsychology.
In the opening years of the 21st century, we face enormous challenges. We can no longer afford the luxury of pursuing various intellectual and vocational disciplines apart from environmental and social realities. We must reform our economy and way of life towards a life sustaining society. Now all education must include ecological education, and all psychology, ecopsychology. ECOLITERACY
Ecological literacy might be called "ecowisdom" because it encompasses such a broad array of understandings, knowledge, attitudes, and experience. I began using the term “ecoliteracy” to indicate the learning we need to seek in all dimensions of human life: intellectual, psychological, somatic, social, and spiritual. As someone developing ecoliteracy, I aspire to the following capacities:
  • awareness of our interconnectedness and kinship with all life a sense of wonder and gratitude for the world a strong sense of physical and spiritual connection to land and place a widening of identification beyond the individual ego to the "ecological self"


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