Sustainable Self: Coping, Identity and Action within Climate Change
April 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Get insights on coping with your environmental and climate concerns.
This is a live webinar. Register Here for the Zoom link.
Psychologist Thomas Doherty will share insights on coping with your environmental and climate concerns, exploring your unique environmental identity (including risk factors for climate distress and sources of wellbeing and resilience), and adapting your skills to take meaningful action in support of your values.
Dr. Thomas Doherty is a psychologist based in Portland, Oregon who has a specialty addressing people’s concerns about environmental issues and climate change. His publications include the groundbreaking paper (“The Psychological Impacts of Global Climate Change”), cited over 800 timeThomas is a fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA) and founded one of the first environmentally-focused training programs for mental health counselors in the US at (Lewis & Clark Graduate School). Thomas is originally from Buffalo, New York. Dr. Thomas Doherty’s work has been featured in publications like the New York Times. He also co-hosts the podcast (“Climate Change and Happiness”). You can learn more about Dr. Thomas Doherty at his website (https://selfsustain.com/)