PsyD Grad Thomas Doherty featured in the New York Times

This New York Times article, “Is There an Ecological Unconscious?,” prominently features PsyD grad Thomas Doherty calling him “the most prominent American advocate of a growing discipline known as ecopsychology.” In the piece, The Times notes the “connection between the health of the natural world and the health of our minds” and explores the growing field where ecology and psychology merge.

For more about Thomas listen to this February 3 New Hampshire Public Radio story on Green Counselors.

Thomas is a 2002 Antioch University New England grad. Read his profile here.

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