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Exploring Ecopsychotherapy and how it can an offer helpful insights and interventions for a culture in crisis.

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Psychotherapy is known for its focus on trauma and healing within human relationships; yet when we listen carefully we will hear stories of deep love and loss in our relationships with the earth - and of our continuing struggle to come to terms with ourselves as animals. As ecological and social crises worsen, many are experiencing a range of emotional responses including eco-grief or eco-anxiety, part of what some call ‘separation sickness’, a cultural trauma passed down through many generations.

As we remember our deep bonds with the whole earth community, and the potent healing power of Nature, we may find our way into an experience of living inside a conscious, sacred matrix. This way of being in the world is ancient, as Jung has often described. This shift in perspective can often be supported by taking therapy outdoors as well as through the dream world.

In this talk I will be exploring the many facets of the process of Ecopsychotherapy; I will also be asking how psychotherapy, as a profession, can offer helpful insights and interventions for a culture in crisis.

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