"The Journal brings together the leading scholars and practitioners in the emerging field of ecopsychology. It is the essential forum for the exchange of ideas in order to grow this field…As ecopsychology redefines itself, this journal offers a forum for the exchange of work."
Patricia H. Hasbach, PhD
Faculty at Lewis & Clark College and Antioch University
"The journal Ecopsychology gives a prominent, scholarly voice to this expanding field."
Lisa Barry, MA
"Ecopsychology supports, scientifically and experientially, the view that our psychological and cognitive well-being is dependent on the quality of our relationship to the natural world. The Journal connects me with other thinkers, researchers, and theorists in field."
Ilka List, Doctor of Art and Art Professions
“The field of ecopsychology bridges ecology and psychology in an attempt to understand and heal our relationship with the natural world. Until now, the field has lacked an authoritative peer-reviewed journal. In an era of climate change, carbon footprints, and eco-anxiety, Ecopsychology is essential reading”.
Thomas Joseph Doherty, PsyD
Lewis and Clark College
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