Change Narrative Builds Capacity In The Climate Justice Movement Through The Power Of Our Stories.
Kate is a sustainable urban public policy expert turned life coach who is helping the eco-anxious create their own peace and stability to prevent burnout and plan for their future in an uncertain world.
We aim to explore how climate change impacts our thoughts, emotions, and behavior.
We are in the beginning stages of recruiting a widespread network of climate-aware therapists across the continent.
We welcome anyone and everyone to our membership who wants to engage in addressing the psychological aspects of the climate emergency.
Laura reached out a generously offered her thoughts on nature-informed therapies. Thanks Laura, and thanks to all professionals who are trying to help us heal our relationship with nature. Laura Cohen, MA, RCT, CCC is a Registered Counselling Therapist specializing in...
Giving a presentation about climate change? Leave your audience with tools for coping with the anxiety and grief that might bubble up.
Use this slide at the end of your presentation to point people to Eco-Anxious Stories.
“As individuals, organizations, and changemakers, we have committed ourselves to transformational change. However, our work is often caught in a cycle between hope and despair, action and inaction, connection and disconnection. To break that cycle, we need to find a new way.”
Our friends at the Good Grief Network lead a 10-step program focused on personal resilience and empowerment in a chaotic climate:
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Moving through story Storytelling is my favorite tool for exploring complexity and meaning. I started this platform to ask: How can we support each other to transform our eco-anxieties into meaningful action? How can stories help us connect to each other and to the...
“Our identities as Indigenous peoples are inextricably tied to the lands, waters, and ecosystems we come from. As the climate crisis continues to worsen, our communities are experiencing increasingly dramatic changes that disrupt our life ways and our rights, despite the fact we are least responsible for it,” stated ICA Executive Director Eriel Tchekwie Deranger.