Lisa Reddick Ph.D. taught at Antioch University Seattle for over 15 years, where she designed one of the first MA programs in the field of Ecopsychology. That program encouraged students to engage in the deep potential of the transformational power of engaging the natural world.
She has been the Board President for Rites of Passage Journeys and has trained with the organization School of Lost Borders as part of their wilderness guide program.
Topics Lisa can present on include:
- The Psychology of Climate Change
- River Conservation
- Council of All Beings Ceremony
- Council Work – Using the model of the circle for healing and conflict resolution
- Solo Time – how time alone in the wilderness can heal
- Indigenous Psychology – expanding our world view beyond the model of western psychology
- Activism and creative writing
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