Tuesday, 29 December 2015


Ecopsychology studies the relationship between human beings and the natural world through ecological and psychological principles.[1] The field seeks to develop and understand ways of expanding the emotional connection between individuals and the natural world, thereby assisting individuals with developing sustainable lifestyles and remedying alienation from nature. Theodore Roszak is credited with coining the term in his 1992 book, The Voice of the Earth. He later expanded the idea in the 1995 anthologyEcopsychology with co-editors Mary Gomes and Allen Kanner. 

Practical Ecopsychology. Places of Power:

Andy Fisher - Radical Ecopsychology:

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