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1) Go to 'Settings' on top right hand corner of any page (NB don't go into 'photos' as this will upload your own mugshot into the place for communal photos!)

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PhD in Ecopsycholgy

Hi everyone,I am completing my studies in Clinical Psychology (MA) and I am currently looking for PhD programs to study ecopsychology in UK. I am very interested in Wilderness ecopsychology and about relationship ecopsychology-philosophy. Can you…Continue

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Started by Daria in Applied Ecopsychology on Wednesday.

The Trembling Warrior

The Trembling Warrior: A Guide for the Reluctant Activist has made its way into the world. I wrote it partly to explore my own inner trembling warrior, but also to celebrate, inform and resource other reluctant activists. It's for artists, poets and…Continue

Started by Gill Coombs in General May 11.

"How Might Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge (ITEK) inform ecopsychology?"

"How Might Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge (ITEK) inform ecopsychology?" https://www.dora.dmu.ac.uk/handle/2086/17744 This article suggests several key lessons ecopsychology…Continue

Started by Linda Buzzell in General May 7.

How might this apply in the UK? 7 Replies

The legacy of European invasion and colonization all over the world has yet to be resolved or healed. Reparations for extreme damage have rarely happened. Settlers in former colonies are now changing how they acknowledge the land and its past as…Continue

Started by Linda Buzzell in General. Last reply by Emma Palmer (was Kamalamani) May 6.

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