Climate Journeys – finding a path towards action
If you want to feel comfortable helping your coaching clients move towards awareness and action on climate change you need to have traveled the path yourself and know how to cope with the complex and often distressing feelings that can be evoked. Join this interactive session run by Ro Randall and Daniela Fernandez-Catherall of Cambridge Climate Therapists where they will introduce frameworks to support you on your journey and run breakout rooms where you can explore what these might mean for you and your practice.
Register by 17.00GMT 1.3.2021 please
PLEASE NOTE THIS SESSION WILL BE SENSITIVELY RECORDED FOR USE IN THE CCA SEEDBANK WHICH WILL BE FREELY AVAILABLE TO VISITORS TO THE CCA WEBSITE. BY ATTENDING YOU ARE AGREEING TO THIS HAPPENING. BREAKOUT ROOM DISCUSSIONS WILL NOT BE RECORDED. THANK YOU.
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Ro Randall is a psychotherapist who has been involved in climate issues for many years. She has written widely on the psychology of climate change, is the co-founder of the Carbon Conversations project, a founder member of the Climate Psychology Alliance and is currently active with Cambridge Climate Therapists.
Dr. Daniela Fernandez-Catherall is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist (BPS) working in adult mental health services in the NHS. She has particular interests in collective narrative practices and she is currently working with Cambridge Climate Therapists on the development of community practices to support people experiencing difficulties related to the climate crisis.
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