When tomorrow is today
West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy
UN Secretary General Guterres says that “the global climate target is on life support’’. In facing the climate crisis, we can feel personally daunted, at a loss to see what part can be played by psychological professionals in general and Jungian psychotherapists in particular. In this presentation Judith will offer ways in which the imaginal and relational offer possibilities to strengthen relationships and resilience. Perhaps we can think together about what this can contribute to the situation.
Judith Anderson is a Jungian Analytical Psychotherapist with a background in psychiatry. Interested in the intersection of psychotherapy with societal issues for many years, she has been particularly focussed on the climate crisis for over 15 years. She is currently Chair of Climate Psychology Alliance, an organisation with an international reach which researches and publishes, develops methods of therapeutic support, provides CPD for psychological professionals, has a particular concern for Youth and offers talks and consultation for organisations and businesses.
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