Taking Psychology to a New Level: The Environment

Thomas Doherty, PsyD (2002), American Psychological Association (APA) Fellow and Past President of the Society for Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology, was featured in a recent APA member update. Thomas has followed his passion for the intersect of psychology and the environment in his work for many years, publishing in this area and incorporating it into his teaching and clinical practice.

In the past, Doherty served as the only clinically trained psychologist on the APA Task Force on the Interface Between Psychology and Global Climate Change, which “explored human behavioral patterns that have created and exacerbated the problem, as well as its psychosocial impact.”

Read his full profile on the APA website

Read more about Thomas on his blog, “sustainable self”

 

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