Eco-Informed Practice: Family Therapy in an Age of Ecological Peril

This book  has been co-edited by Tracey Laszloffy and Markie Twist. The publishers say: “This innovative book examines how family health and well-being have been impacted by increased alienation from the natural world and calls for greater incorporation of ecological issues…
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Experiences of therapists who integrate walk and talk into their professional practice

This paper – as published in Counselling & Psychotherapy Research – has been written by Stephanie Revell and John McLeod. The abstract says: “Background There has been increasing interest in recent years in the possibilities arising from conducting psychotherapy in outdoor…
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The “Green Care Approach” – An Antidote to the Disconnected Human Crisis

Lalita Powell is the founder of Lakota Fields (a not-for-profit holistic horse sanctuary offering equine-assisted personal development and learning opportunities). She writes: “Even though pharmaceutical intervention and talking therapies are still the most popular form of intervention offered by the NHS in…
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The Japanese Art Of Forest Bathing

Nina Zietman writes in the UK edition of the Huffington Post : “Cigarettes, junk food, alcohol: we tend to think we’re clued up on the biggest health issues in our society. But stress is increasingly becoming a major health epidemic – one that’s being picked up on … From…
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