ECOTHERAPY IN BRIEF
Ecotherapy is an umbrella term for a range of practices that consciously reconnect us to the natural world through plants, animals, gardens, and other aspects of the more-than-human environment. Howard Clinebell, who coined the term, defined it as establishing healing relations with Earth.
In this collection of short videos, Craig Chalquist, Ph.D., founder of the world’s first Certificate in Ecotherapy, discusses the history, theory, and practice of the field of Ecotherapy.
The total video time is 101 minutes.
PowerPoint slides are included in a separate document.
Note: you must be able to play .MOV. files.