Ongoing Events

Join an ongoing climate psychology consultation group on Zoom. Click the “Groups” heading for more info.

Upcoming events

…will be posted here.

Past Events

Monday March 11th, 8pm Eastern time

Citizens Climate Lobby Peer support team, strategies for engagement and support demonstration

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Tuesday March 19th, 2019

participate, University of Colorado Art Museum

Multidisciplinary workshop with guided meditation, art viewing and process group, in the CU Art Museum Gallery exhibit Documenting Change: Our Climate (Past, Present, Future)

MOnday April 8th


Colorado Public Radio, Climate change variety hour: an evening of Hope and real world solutions, Newman Center @ Denver University

Also featuring: Music by Flobots, Hunter Lovins - Author of "A Finer Future", Marine ecologist/geologist Joanie Kleypas, Comedian Beth Osnes, Plus, special discussion of your climate confessions

Saturday, March 2nd, 2019

American Group Psychotherapy Association, AGPA COnnect, Los Angeles, CA

“To hell with the polar bears: the psychodynamics of climate change and leveraging group process to save the planet”

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

American Group Psychotherapy Association, annual meeting, Houston, TX

"Group as microclimate: the psychodynamics of climate change and the possibility of groups as intervention."

April 18th-21st, 2018

Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, Spring Meeting, New Orleans, LA

"Ghosts in the environmental encounter: trauma, attachment, and the psychodynamics of a changing climate"

November 11-12th, 2017

COlorado Group Psychotherapy Society, Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, Co

"Group as microclimate: the psychodynamics of climate change and the possibility of groups as intervention."

February 4th, 2017

University of Colorado at Boulder

"A climate unchanged: unconscious process in sustainability and climate change"

February 17, 2016

Interface, Boulder, Co

Presenting "Trauma and Climate change; diagnosing and treating the cause and symptoms of climate change". Part of a multidisciplinary panel featuring Sensei Kritee (Kanko), Ph.D.Senior Scientist, Environmental Defense Fund and Zen Teacher, Boundless in MotionRev. and Pete Sawtell, M.Div., Executive Director, Eco-Justice Ministries.

May 28-31, 2015, Climate Change in Culture Conference

University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE

Presenting the paper: The issue of all time: trauma and climate change

Moderated by Anne Furlong, Department of English, University of Prince Edward Island. With Darren Fleet, Department of Communications, Simon Fraser University and Jason P. Doiron, Department of Psychology, University of Prince Edward Island

October 22-25, 2015, Association For Experiential Education International conference, Portland, OR

Presenting a 3-hour interactive workshop: "Real enough to kill you: fear, risk, trauma and growth in experiential education"


States of Emergency: Trauma and climate change. ecopsychology, 7 (4), 192-197, December 2015.