These feature creative thoughtful conversations between climate psychologists and our friends about the climate and biodiversity crisis, exploring the range of emotional responses to the climate and biodiversity crisis
The CPA blog includes news, reflective pieces, papers and reviews of recent publications. Some of the themes include activism, psychotherapy, ecopsychology, trauma and collective healing, spirituality, eco-distress. Please browse our entries. For more reflective writing, poetry, reviews and interviews, check out our new journal, Explorations which is published biannually.
CPA members have written, edited and contributed to a wide range of international publications and studies, building a transdisciplinary understanding of what climate psychology can contribute in the ecological and climate crisis. This includes psychosocial, psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic research, exploring climate distress, trauma, resilience, art therapy, ecopsychology and nature connection, and climate justice.
Since its inception, the exchange of ideas through dialogue and discussion has been central to the CPA’s approach to collaboration, thinking and reflection. Our panel events, conferences and the Climate Psychology Summit are important spaces for the exchange and communication of current research and ideas. For forthcoming events please check our events page and calendar. To access recordings of some of our recent events see the links and recordings below.
Welcome to our E-Journal, Explorations in Climate Psychology, an online publication that aims to be inclusive of the different ways people are experiencing and engaging with one another on the climate and ecological crisis.