Doherty Featured in Article on Ecopsychology

Thomas Doherty, PsyD ’02 , an Oregon-based clinical psychologist, a director of the American Psychological Association’s Climate Change Task Force, and a faculty member for AUNE’s Conservation Psychology Institute, was quoted in an article in the latest issue of the tne Reader called Ecopsychology: Whole Earth Mental Health.

The article, excerpted from Guernica, was written by Katherine Rowland.

Read a profile of Doherty here.

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