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A note for all members with regards to GDPR (General Data Regulator Protection)

The admin team of this website do not use or pass on any personal data (name, email) provided by members at the point of application. The admin team (five of us) have access to members’ emails address. Personal email addresses are not visible…


Created by Viola Feb 20, 2010 at 9:59am. Last updated by Emma Palmer (was Kamalamani) Apr 5, 2018.

Uploading photos

Here are some clear instructions on how to replace blue flower wth your own photo:

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!)

2) Click on 'browse' button beside photo - this will give you access the files on your computer 

3) Click on your photo of choice - the name of that file should then appear in the box beside 'browse'

4) Click on 'save' - which…


Created by MJR Mar 30, 2010 at 9:49am. Last updated by MJR Nov 20, 2010.



Peer Review for the European Journal of Ecopsychology 2 Replies

Would you be interested in becoming a Peer Reviewer for the…Continue

Started by Adrian Harris in General. Last reply by Adrian Harris yesterday.

seeking research participants - nature-based therapy

Hello all.I would like to connect with UK based therapists who regularly conduct 1:1 therapy outdoors with Children and Young People with a view to participation in a small qualitative research study I am conducting as part of an MA in Integrative…Continue

Started by Deb Lane in General Nov 24.

New Book: Towards an Ecopsychotherapy 4 Replies

My new book Towards an Ecopsychotherapy came out yesterday, May Day! Published by Confer Books, It’s available on Kindle as well as an e-book…Continue

Started by MJR in General. Last reply by MJR Nov 19.

Trashing the environment during lockdown 5 Replies

I have been off-line for awhile so I hope I'm not posting a topic that's already been hashed-out on here...Lockdown seemed to have brought out the best in some and the worst in others.Much to my chagrin, I learned that camping has gone disposable. …Continue

Tags: age, disposable, society, hyper-individualism, consumer

Started by Doug Pazienza in Other. Last reply by Doug Pazienza Sep 19.


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