Climate Psychology Alliance

Founding Year: 2009

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Chris Robertson (chair)

A worldwide group of psychotherapists that promotes facing difficult truths about climate, holding “the tension between hope and despair,” and addressing feelings of existential shame: the group enables discussions on connections between depth psychology and climate change. Psychotherapists form the bulk of membership but anyone who finds this perspective helpful is welcome to join.

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Climate Psychology Alliance contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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