Tag Archives: ecopsychology

Ecological Pioneers: Founders of Ecopsychology

The call to live in harmony with nature is a plea of green pioneers throughout history such as Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Ecopsychology began in the company of these good men. They worked politically, practically and poetically in service of the sanity, sustainability and social connectivity that comes from traversing the liminal space between the city and the wilderness. …

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Ecopsychology – Connecting to the Source

Where does the self end and nature begin? Is the human psyche part of nature or separate from it? How does the environment affect one’s state of mind? In Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind, a book largely considered as a defining seminal text in this burgeoning field, James Hillman, Lester Brown and Theodore Roszak, among others, argue for a psychological reality that extends …

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EarthTalk: Ecopsychology and our Connection to Nature

Earthtalk is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: I caught the tail end of a discussion about “ecopsychology” recently on the radio, something about the negative impacts of people not communing with nature enough, spending too much time watching TV, sitting at computers, etc… Can you enlighten? — Bridget W., Seattle, WA …

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