THE CLIENT-CENTRED ECOPSYCHOLOGIST

 

What happens to psychotherapy when we abandon the egocentric and anthropomorphic

assumptions in which it is ordinarily grounded? Ecopsychology demands that we expand

our notions of self not only to the species but also to the whole of non-human reality.

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THE CLIENTCENTRED ECOPSYCHOLOGIST

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THE CLIENTCENTRED ECOPSYCHOLOGIST. Bernie Neville. La Trobe University. What happens to psychotherapy when we abandon the egocentric and anthropomorphic
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/educationalstudies/assets/downloads/The%20client-centred%20ecopsychologist.pdf –

From Journal Articles: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/educationalstudies/staff/neville.htm

School of Educational Studies – La Trobe University

The ClientCentered Ecopsychologist. The Person-Centered Journal , 6 (1) 1999, 59-74. (PDF/70KB); Addressing Planetary Pathology. Psychotherapy in Australia

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2 thoughts on “THE CLIENT-CENTRED ECOPSYCHOLOGIST”

  1. Were you planning on spelling Centred that way, or was it intended to be Centered? If not please explain to me the meaning of Centred?

    Other than that I find your work interesting.

    Best.. Blair

  2. Yes I was planning on spelling centered that way, as I am passing on information as I find it.
    Other than that, contact the source credited and linked to for an explanation of centred and/or more articles related to this subject.
    t23

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