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"A breakthrough book. It makes crystal clear that the natural world is not just an `environment' around us, but it is us, existing inside our souls and minds."--Jerry Mander
"A very exciting book of enormous interest for everyone concerned with the future of our species--environmentalists and legislators, industrialists and educators, you and me. Its message should become part of Western thought."--Jane Goodall
Theodore Roszak was a professor of history at California State University, Hayward, and is the author of many distinguished books, including The Voice of the Earth and Person/Planet. Mary E. Gomes teaches ecopsychology at Sonoma State University. Allen D. Kanner is a Bay Area clinician who teaches ecopsychology at the Wright Institute in Berkeley.
Speedy delivery and very well packaged. The book is brand new. Will review when I begin to read it, or when I've completed reading it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by VR-Furr
For anyone interested in ecopsychology this volume of essays will immerse you in this new field and really get you going.Published 16 months ago by Harvey Hyman. President/CEO of Lawyers' Wellbeing, Inc.
Taking psychology from a self centered approach and going further than psychology has gone before by looking at the whole of the experiences in a person's life including the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lois Field
A very useful and pleasant compilation on a very heavy subject, high quality, nice presentation, very thoughtful! Definitely got me interested in the subject, as a first read.Published 19 months ago by NormaCenva
This book was in great condition and it's also a good read. I needed it for school the price was 1/3 of the school book store. I recieved the book faster than expected.Published 23 months ago by shiba sanders
Got the book for school. Not something I would have picked to read for fun but very interesting just the same. Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by JB
I'm not a psychology major-I'm sure I would get more out of the book if I was, but I am very interested in the relationship of the human psyche to nature. Read morePublished on August 14, 2011 by C. Bosacki