Linda Buzzell left a comment for Megan Hollingsworth
"Many thanks for your kind words, Megan :)"
Feb 3, 2016
Randy Westfall replied to Linda Buzzell's discussion in light of the current oil spill in Santa Barbara...
"Thanks Linda for posting Craig's article, which was incredible. I can see the motifs of the underworld all over the oil industry now, thanks to his insight."
May 22, 2015
Bonnie Bright replied to Linda Buzzell's discussion in light of the current oil spill in Santa Barbara...
"Thanks for posting the reminder about Craig's article here, Linda. I saw this a few months ago but had forgotten it. Craig's gift for seeing the depth in contemporary events is profound. This is a must-read, now more than ever. I'm taking the…"
May 22, 2015
Linda AK Thompson, PhD replied to Linda Buzzell's discussion in light of the current oil spill in Santa Barbara...
"Good morning Linda - such a mess for such a lovely place which I visited once, got to walk on the beach, marvel at the vegetation - amazing plants and homes!  So much beauty in natural nature.  Thank you for sharing this well done, poignant article.…"
May 22, 2015
Linda Buzzell replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion The Great Grief: How To Cope with Losing Our World in Ecopsychology
"Thanks, Mark. The ritual is actually from Howard Clinebell's 1996 book, not Craig's and my Ecotherapy book from 2009.
I'm thinking of how to take a depth perspective on what's happened. Refugio means refuge, doesn't it? And yet now there is no…"
May 21, 2015
Linda Buzzell replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion The Great Grief: How To Cope with Losing Our World in Ecopsychology
"Here are some ideas for those of you who might be interested in holding an eco-grief gathering in your area.

I've been re-reading psychologist Howard Clinebell's 1996 book Ecotherapy: Healing Ourselves, Healing the Earth in preparation for Pacifica…"
May 21, 2015
Linda Buzzell replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion The Great Grief: How To Cope with Losing Our World in Ecopsychology
"Thanks for posting this, Bonnie. Our community of Santa Barbara is suffering an oil spill and ecopsychologists and ecotherapists are needed to help us deal with channeling our grief into effective healing of ourselves and our human and…"
May 21, 2015
Linda Buzzell replied to Linda Buzzell's discussion staying sane as the world self-destructs in Ecopsychology
"Great idea, Bonnie, to do online book club gatherings. It would be fun and useful to be able to discuss some of the meatier and more challenging books on our field: things like Andy Fisher's 2nd edition of Radical Ecopsychology, David Kidner's…"
Jan 29, 2015
Bonnie Bright replied to Linda Buzzell's discussion staying sane as the world self-destructs in Ecopsychology
"Willi: Beautiful example of exactly what Linda is talking about: the gathering of community in "real time" and place to consciously connect and learn new skills that contribute to greater awareness. Love it! Wish I could go..."
Jan 28, 2015
Bonnie Bright replied to Linda Buzzell's discussion staying sane as the world self-destructs in Ecopsychology
"Thanks for sharing (and writing!) this article, Linda. This list you have come up with contains such important but easy-to-engage ideas for the mainstream, and I'm glad you didn't shy away from using the word "sacred" in your first recommendation. I…"
Jan 28, 2015
Willi Paul replied to Linda Buzzell's discussion staying sane as the world self-destructs in Ecopsychology
"Keep inventing and promoting the new sharing movement:
The Sunday Share & Reskilling Festival (Permaculture + Transiti...

Willi PaulNew Mythologist & Transition Entrepreneurnewmythologist.com | PlanetShifter.com Magazine |…"
Jan 26, 2015
Linda Buzzell left a comment on Ecopsychology
"Would love others' thoughts on my latest ecopsychology blog at The Huffington Post on ways to stay sane as the world self-destructs.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/linda-buzzell/7-things-you-can-do-to-..."
Jan 26, 2015

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  • Linda,

    I just noticed that you have joined the Depth Psychology Alliance. I am pleased you joined us and I look forward to you sharing your expertise with us! 

    Jesse Masterson

  • Greetings Walter and welcome to the online depth psychology community. It's great you've found us! And thank you for your contributions and dedication to the field of ecotherapy!

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    "Dwell as near as possible to the channel in which your life flows."  --Henry David Thoreau 

    Mark Sipowicz, Jungian Wilderness Guide
    MA Depth Psychology
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