Applying Classic Theories of Human Development in the Context of Nature and Social Justice
Date: September 25 5:00pm - 8:00pm Location: South Chapel, Graduate Campus
South Chapel, Graduate Campus
This interdisciplinary talk, suitable for counselors and educators, looks at some classic theories of human development in the modern context of people’s relationship to nature and other species.
For example, we will integrate Piaget’s theory of cognitive development with educator David Sobels’ principles of developmentally-appropriate environmental education. We will discuss the implications for education and counseling, particularly in terms of equity and social justice issues related to access to safe and healthy green spaces.
This workshop is part of our 2013-2014 Workshop Series
Workshop Details & Registration
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Time: 5-8 p.m.
Instructor: Thomas Doherty, Psy.D
Fee: $30, includes CEUs/PDUs
Core units: .5
If you are a current Lewis & Clark graduate student and would like to attend this workshop to meet your Core Program requirements, please register through WebAdvisor.
About the Instructor
Thomas Doherty, Psy.D. developed the Ecopsychology in Counseling Certificate at the Lewis & Clark Graduate School and is founding Editor-in-Chief of the Ecopsychology journal. A licensed psychologist, Thomas counsels adults, couples and families and also spent a number of years working with young people in the outdoors as a wilderness therapy expedition leader and a professional whitewater rafting guide. Thomas is an expert on the mental health benefits of green spaces and can communicate this information in a clear and accessible way to a variety of audiences.
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