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Yes, autumn is coming. I am not just talking about the shifting weather, light and colors in New England either. I am also talking just as much symbolically and psychologically, as a species, society and planet. We are living in transitions as great changes are...

In light of the emotional impacts of climate change, we want to remind you that EPI offers consultations and coaching for people wanting to use ecopsychology in their life and work....

The Ecopsychology Initiative (EPI) aims to be a hive of community at the intersection of nature and psychology. Check out our recommended resources: the people who've informed our work, related terms, organizations, and books. ...

If nature’s principles can help us better design wind turbines and bullet trains, imagine what is possible by psychologically applying nature’s tenets to the ways we organize, engage, and lead. Individually and collectively, how we make decisions and design programs, structure organizations and solve systemic...

The need for healing–planetarily, societally, and individually–was urgent even before the pandemic. Since Covid19 has spread and taken root, we’ve been reflecting on the ironic timing of our forthcoming Healing Class. In some ways, this was really inopportune scheduling. ...

Listen to Dennis debrief after the first Group Coaching Climate Psychology session. He discusses the value and importance that people engage the climate movement with both wisdom and heart-centeredness....

Staying in the heart means that we find ways to positively and proactively address our emotional climate experiences so as to find our own healing, and also be open and engaged moving forward to bring about the climate actions we need....

Most people in our EcoPsychology Initiative community recognize the responsibility and opportunity we all have. What isn’t as clear is both what we should be doing, how best to be successful, not to mention what actions to take to ensure that we feel regenerated as...