Ecopsychology resources

Alan  Kellas
Alan Kellas • 18 March 2014


1 a summary of the field and literature done by psychologists from the Penny Brohn Cancer Centre
2 an adapted handout from Prof Fish: the historical arguments for an evolutionary psychology recognising our biological connections and how historical changes have changed our attachments with and ideas about nature; the principles of ecopsychology (Rozak); and some applied ecotherapy resource links and how a psychological history can be taken with 'nature in mind' : useful clinically.
3 the evaluation of Ecominds, the big MIND project
4 a reading list done by our librarian with summary of systematic reviews in the field.


Resource author(s)
Bragg, R., Wood, C. & Barton, J
Resource publishing organisation(s) or journal
University of Essex

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