Mythos: The Anthropocene in Stories, Symbols and Creative Imagination
Organised by Climate Psychology Alliance, One-Day Workshop 10th June 2018 Details here
Fees: CPA members: £24, non-members: £30, non-members attending this and annual conference on 9th June: £40.
Sally Gillespie worked as a Jungian psychotherapist for over twenty years and was the President of the Jung Society of Sydney from 2006-2010. In 2015 she completed her doctorate entitled 'Climate Change and Psyche: Mapping myths, dreams and conversations in the era of global warming'. Sally writes, talks and facilitates workshops on climate psychology, and lectures on ecopsychology at Western Sydney University. Her book Climate Change and Consciousness will be published by Routledge in 2019. Sally is a member of Melbourne based Psychology for a Safe Climate, a partner organisation of CPA.
Jonathan Marshall is a research fellow and anthropologist at the University of Technology in Sydney. He is currently engaged in a project investigating the unintended consequences of climate technologies. He has authored Living on Cybermind: Categories, communication and control (Peter Lang 2007), co-authored Disorder and the Disinformation Society: The social dynamics of information, networks and software (Routledge 2015) and edited Depth Psychology, Disorder and Climate Change (JungDownunder 2009)