Adjunct professor of counseling psychology links eco-anxiety to the media
May 15, 2008
Thomas Doherty, an adjunct faculty member in counseling psychology and practitioner of ecopsychology, believes that eco-anxious people can calm their nerves by limiting the amount of news they read daily, while staying informed. Doherty states that “our media diet is like our other diets,” and should be consumed in moderation.
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