Guardian essay discusses new book on psychoanalysis and climate change

This thoughtful essay has just been published by The Guardian today. The author, in her reflections on her own conflicted relationship with climate change threats, discusses the new book Engaging with Climate Change – the published proceedings of the conference held at the Institute for Psychoanalysis in London two years ago. Featuring yours truly, this essay, the book, and numerous other events (soon to come, write-up on recent workshop I convened at University College London’s Energy Institute) signal a powerful and encouraging turn to different forms of psychological work in this field.

As you may be aware, I have been advocating for many years a turn to psychoanalytic and psychodynamic perspectives/tools/insights to help us connect more effectively with different communities about the ecological threats we face. I am so deeply encouraged to see this piece in The Guardian.

Please do contact me if you wish to discuss engagements, speaking, workshops.

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