What is Ecological counseling?Ecological counseling is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the relationship between a person and their environment. It recognizes that our mental and emotional well-being is deeply intertwined with the health of the natural world and the communities we live in.
Ecological counseling considers the impact of ecological factors such as climate change, pollution, and environmental degradation on mental health. It also recognizes that social and cultural factors, such as inequality and discrimination, can have an impact on both individual and collective well-being.
The goal of ecological counseling is to help individuals and communities develop a deeper understanding of their relationship with the environment and to identify ways to promote sustainable practices and social justice. It can involve a range of techniques and approaches, including mindfulness, ecotherapy, and community organizing.
Shervan K Shahhian