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 CLIENT–CENTRED ECOPSYCHOLOGIST. Bernie Neville. La Trobe University. What happens to psychotherapy when we abandon the egocentric and anthropomorphic …
From Journal Articles: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/educationalstudies/staff/neville.htm
The Client–Centered Ecopsychologist. The Person-Centered Journal , 6 (1) 1999, 59-74. (PDF/70KB); Addressing Planetary Pathology. Psychotherapy in Australia …