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Reading Group Exploring Ecopsychology

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NPI members Rebecca Selove, Travis Moore, and Valerie Martin are organizing a monthly reading group to explore the use of ecopsychology in psychotherapy. Ecopsychology reflects three assertions: (a) Human evolutionary history is embedded in the natural world, which sets us up to be dependent on nature and to recognize ourselves as part of something larger than our individual selves; (b) humans suffer as a consequence of having little contact with the natural world, as well as from degradation of the natural world (in part due to human behavior); and (c) increasing awareness of the human connection to the natural world can lead to healthier humans and more planet-sustaining behavior. Our plan is to provide a short reading or two for group members in advance of each meeting. Each month a group member will volunteer to facilitate the meeting and prepare questions for discussion. Please email [masked] to receive the readings. The NPI Ecopsychology Group will meet on the first Sunday of the month from 1:30 to 3 p.m. We will meet at Valerie Martin's office:[masked]th Avenue S. Ste. 24. Please contact Valerie - [masked] for the March reading.

Reading Group Exploring Ecopsychology

Starbucks

NPI members Rebecca Selove, Travis Moore, and Valerie Martin are organizing a monthly reading group to explore the use of ecopsychology in psychotherapy. Ecopsychology reflects three assertions: (a) Human evolutionary history is embedded in the natural world, which sets us up to be dependent on nature and to recognize ourselves as part of something larger than our individual selves; (b) humans suffer as a consequence of having little contact with the natural world, as well as from degradation of the natural world (in part due to human behavior); and (c) increasing awareness of the human connection to the natural world can lead to healthier humans and more planet-sustaining behavior. Our plan is to provide a short reading or two for group members in advance of each meeting. Each month a group member will volunteer to facilitate the meeting and prepare questions for discussion. Please email [masked] to receive the readings. The NPI Ecopsychology Group will meet on the first Sunday of the month from 1:30 to 3 p.m. We will meet at Valerie Martin's office:[masked]th Avenue S. Ste. 24. Please contact Valerie - [masked] for the March reading.

Reading Group Exploring Ecopsychology

Starbucks

NPI members Rebecca Selove, Travis Moore, and Valerie Martin are organizing a monthly reading group to explore the use of ecopsychology in psychotherapy. Ecopsychology reflects three assertions: (a) Human evolutionary history is embedded in the natural world, which sets us up to be dependent on nature and to recognize ourselves as part of something larger than our individual selves; (b) humans suffer as a consequence of having little contact with the natural world, as well as from degradation of the natural world (in part due to human behavior); and (c) increasing awareness of the human connection to the natural world can lead to healthier humans and more planet-sustaining behavior. Our plan is to provide a short reading or two for group members in advance of each meeting. Each month a group member will volunteer to facilitate the meeting and prepare questions for discussion. Please email [masked] to receive the readings. The NPI Ecopsychology Group will meet on the first Sunday of the month from 1:30 to 3 p.m. We will meet at Valerie Martin's office:[masked]th Avenue S. Ste. 24. Please contact Valerie - [masked] for the March reading.

Reading Group Exploring Ecopsychology

Starbucks

NPI members Rebecca Selove, Travis Moore, and Valerie Martin are organizing a monthly reading group to explore the use of ecopsychology in psychotherapy. Ecopsychology reflects three assertions: (a) Human evolutionary history is embedded in the natural world, which sets us up to be dependent on nature and to recognize ourselves as part of something larger than our individual selves; (b) humans suffer as a consequence of having little contact with the natural world, as well as from degradation of the natural world (in part due to human behavior); and (c) increasing awareness of the human connection to the natural world can lead to healthier humans and more planet-sustaining behavior. Our plan is to provide a short reading or two for group members in advance of each meeting. Each month a group member will volunteer to facilitate the meeting and prepare questions for discussion. Please email [masked] to receive the readings. The NPI Ecopsychology Group will meet on the first Sunday of the month from 1:30 to 3 p.m. We will meet at Valerie Martin's office:[masked]th Avenue S. Ste. 24. Please contact Valerie - [masked] for the March reading.

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