Speaking of Psychology: How to cope with climate anxiety

I was honoured to be a guest on this episode alongside Dr. Thomas Doherty, a clinical and environmental psychologist based in Portland, Oregon, who specializes in applying an environmental perspective to mental health and well-being. Thomas and I discussed the mental health effects of climate change, and climate emotions like grief and anxiety, with host Kim Mills.

Listen to the episode below, and read the full transcript on the APA’s Speaking of Psychology website. Find the original post here.

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