New Psychotherapist – Issue 72, autumn 2019
October 8, 2019
Each edition of the New Psychotherapist looks at a particular theme within psychotherapy or a topic with a psychotherapeutic angle. It offers members opportunities to share best practice, share developments likely to impact on their practice and encourage spirited debates between members or discuss views on professional practice and topical issues.
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This issue of New Psychotherapist brings together many experts to consider what impact climate change has on our mental health, how everyone can act to change things, and the role psychotherapy plays in all of this.
Environmental writer Emma Marris explains that focusing on guilt and anxiety is not necessarily a solution. Green MEP Molly Scott Cato highlights how our relationship with nature has a big impact on mental health and Psychotherapists Tree Staunton and Caroline Hickman describe the journey therapists must go through themselves in order to come to terms with climate change.
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