By Rebecca Lexa
25 pages

At a time when it seems we are more separated from nature than ever, it’s important for us to remember our deep connections to the rest of the world. Ecopsychology is a green lens through which to view our relationships not just with our fellow humans, but with other living beings as well.

In this guide written for the everyday reader, you’ll learn some of the key origins and concepts of ecopsychology, including:

  • Our deeply-ingrained bond with the rest of nature
  • How time in nature improves our psychological and physical health
  • The concept of the ecological self
  • How ecopsychology grew from deep ecology, psychotherapy, and other influences
  • How to restore ourselves and nature together
  • Resources for further exploration
  • And more!

Returning to Nature offers a glimpse into what ecopsychology is, where it came from, and why it is more important than ever.

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