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Ecotherapy Interest Group: Transformational Healing through Nature

TGI is excited to host our next Ecotherapy Interest Group meeting on Monday, March 31 from 6 to 8 pm. Free and open to all, the interest group is dedicated to exploring topics that foster a deeper connection between humanity and nature. It is offered under the leadership of Dr. Ed O'Malley, Academic Director and Program Coordinator of The Graduate Institute's Ecotherapy and Cultural Sustainability certificate program. 

This month's meeting features a special presentation on Transformational Healing through Nature with John Thompson, a psychotherapist from Perth, Western Australia. Through his organization, The Nature Code, John explores ways that the natural world is encoded with wisdom, knowledge and a dynamic map for spiritual growth that supports the evolution of a sustainable future. 

Also save the date for our next Ecotherapy Interest Group meeting, which takes place on Monday, April 21 and features a presentation with cultural food ecologist Katherine Millonzi. Details to follow. 

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