Ecopsychology Journal: Two Exciting Calls for Papers: Teaching Environmentally Focused Psychology and Ecology and Depth Psychology
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Teaching Environmentally Focused Psychology
Ecopsychology seeks manuscripts on the growing movement toward the teaching of environmental topics in the Psychology curriculum—from a variety of approaches including ecopsychology, environmental psychology, conservation psychology, and environmental studies. We invite educators from all backgrounds to discuss the factors that facilitate the fusion of psychology and the natural environment. Manuscripts that emphasize creative pedagogy, multicultural competency, outcomes assessment and the effective use of field or service learning approaches and instructional technologies are welcome.
Ecopsychology and Depth Psychology
Depth psychology is a core strand of theory and practice in ecopsychology. An understanding of mind and the psyche in age of extinction, climate change, technological nature and global consciousness is fostered by insights from the psychoanalytic and Jungian traditions, archetypal psychology and modern day scholarship on mythology and storytelling. Ecopsychology seeks a broad range of submissions on topics including the role of unconscious or implicit processes in human-nature interrelationships and nature-based healing approaches. We also encourage the submission of papers that focus on human behavior regarding natural environments, coping with natural and technological disasters, and strategies for mitigation and adaptation regarding global climate change.
Thomas Joseph Doherty, PsyD
Lewis & Clark Graduate School of
Education and Counseling
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