Outdoor experiences can transform our psychological health and well-being, and encourage us to live sustainably.
My approach reveals how outdoor experiences impact our psychology, changing the ways we think, feel and behave. It shows how they can be harnessed through design and facilitation to deliver incredible outcomes for people and the planet.
Ecotherapy: A Field Guide - Bringing Unity to Diversity in a Wildly Emergent Field Read more
With no formal institutions or qualifications, how do you actually become an ecotherapist? Read more
An extensive review of the field of ecotherapy which unearths a number of ambiguities in the way this therapy is understood and described. Read more
Inside the snow globe, outside it. Inside nature, outside it. There is no inside and outside. There is just everything, all utterly interconnected. The fluttering snowflakes fall from the actual sky. Read more
There’s a very interesting concept in psychology called folie a deux. It describes a scenario where someone who shares their immediate environment with someone else who is psychotic, starts to share the delusions of their cohabitant ... This principle can be applied at scale, to a whole society. Read more
This article explains what ecotherapy means and explores some of the reasons why a clear definition is so important. Read more