Towards an Ecopsychotherapy

Author(s) : Mary-Jayne Rust

Towards an Ecopsychotherapy

Book Details

  • Publisher : Karnac Books
  • Published : 2020
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 160
  • Category :
    Individual Psychotherapy
  • Catalogue No : 95054
  • ISBN 13 : 9781913494124
  • ISBN 10 : 1913494128

Reviews and Endorsements

Mary-Jayne Rust provides a succinct, heartfelt overview of ecopsychotherapy. Given the current state of global environmental destruction, the wisdom in this book is needed now more than ever.
Jeffrey T. Kiehl, Jungian analyst, climate scientist, author of Facing Climate Change

In her characteristic style, Mary-Jayne presents ecopsychotherapy in an incisive way, with her richness of experience bringing the subject to life. This thought-provoking book touches on the heart of controversies in this field – our need to grow new terminology – and to actively ensure our spaces are inclusive. This is an invaluable introduction to ecopsychotherapy and is also sure to deepen the work of more seasoned practitioners.
Emma Palmer, Body psychotherapist, BACP-accredited counsellor, ecopsychologist, supervisor, trainer and author of Other Than Mother

If psychotherapy is to remain relevant, it must change and recognize that we exist as part of, not apart from, Nature. I trust Mary-Jayne Rust more than anyone else to guide us there.
Jerome Bernstein, Jungian Analyst, author of Living in the Borderland

An intelligent and beautifully written contribution to an important new development in psychotherapy, one which will be increasingly important in the future. Mary-Jayne Rust is a recognised pioneer in the field, and we are fortunate to have her share her experience with us.
Nick Totton, Psychotherapist, trainer and author of Wild Therapy

As humans we are not apart from the ecosystem. Our being-ness is interwoven with earth, sky and all that lies between. In this beautifully written book, Mary-Jayne Rust shares her considerable experience as a psychotherapist working ecopsychotherapeutically within the greater context of our planetary situation and current ecological and climatic crises.
Caroline Brazier, psychotherapist, author of Ecotherapy in Practice – A Buddhist Model

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