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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.



A post from my Ecopsy blog from Dec 2019

What is it all about?.... the underlying message and impetus to do ... I don’t want to flood this with facts and statistics.  I also don’t want…Continue

Started by Doug Pazienza in General yesterday.

using nature as therapy 1 Reply

As a Psychotherapist i am interested how we connect to nature to improve mental well being.As we know,  one to one  counselling and therapy  does have a place but just getting outdoors and connecting with the countryside whether thats through…Continue

Tags: #cornwall, #animals, #countryside, #nature, #mentalwellbeing

Started by Paul Wright in Other. Last reply by Nicola Shaw on Tuesday.

Transcendental experiences in Nature

Hi all,I am looking for participants to take part in my undergraduate research project investigating Transcendental experiences in Nature. The survey should take no more than 30 minutes. I would really appreciate it if you could take part.Thank…Continue

Started by Molly Kavanagh in General Feb 18.

New Book: Towards an Ecopsychotherapy 10 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 Feb 18.


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