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Brown, L. (1995). Ecopsychology-Restoring the earth, healing the mind. Sierra Club books: University of Michigan.

Chalquist, C. (2009). A look at the ecotherapy research evidence. Ecopsychology, 1(2), 64-74.

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Despommier, D. (2010). The Vertical Farm- Feeding the World in the 21st Century. New York, N.Y.: Thomas Dunne Book.

Devall, B & Drengson, A. (2008). The Ecology of Wisdom: Writings of Arne Naess. Berkley: CA Counterpoint

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Ingrao, L. (n.d.). Living Today in a Western World. Ecopsychology, Naropa University: Fall 2010.

Louv, R. (2008). Last Child in the Woods. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill.

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  Welcome to  MYcelium Nation 

Here you will find more Ecopsychological websites with broad applications. They have been created by some of my closest confidants. I trust that their work will inspire and motivate many agents for change.

Radical Self
M. Fleming- Ecopsychology
Nature Connects

Books: that have personally and professionally influenced my life and work.

Tuesday's with Morrie- Bloom, M.

Practicing Peace in Times of War- Chodrom, P.

Ordinary Magic- Welwood, J.

Last Child In the Woods- Louv, R.

Peace is Every Step- Nhat Hanh, T.

Coming Back to Life- Macy, J.

The Botany of Desire- Pollen, M.

The Ecology of Wisdom- Devall & Drengson

Thinking like a Mountain- Seed, J.

Ecopsychology- Roszak, T.