We are living in extraordinary and bewildering times. The inter-related crises of climate emergency, the 6th extinction crisis, the increasing loss of habitats, economic crises and the staggering polarisation of wealth, as well as social unrest, are all signs that we humans and other-than-human and more-than-human life on earth are suffering great distress, and loss of life. We are being called to wake up, dramatically, to our physical as well as our psychological interconnectedness with other-than-human species and with the more-than-human world.
In this awakening we may ask how we have come to a place where we are destroying the very home which supports and nourishes us. And in the same breath, how do we make the transition from this apocalyptic scenario to a place of living in relationship with the rest of life? The purpose of the website is to provide information about ecopsychology in the UK and beyond, including: resources, history, practices, details of the current and previous 'Edge of the Wild' annual ecopsychology gatherings, practitioners; all with the aim of supporting one another to engage with this crisis.
If you are looking to connect with like-minded people, both virtually, and possibly, locally, then please sign onto our sister website the UK ecopsychology ning. On this ning website you can blog, post discussions, list your own events and find out more about other practitioners. Please participate - we cannot do this alone! On this site you can connect through finding out more about the annual 'Edge of the Wild' ecopsychology gathering which happens every July at the Green & Away tented venue in Worcestershire, England.
We hope this is all both useful and inspiring, to you and ultimately also to the web of life throughout this still awesome planet. If you have questions or comments please contact us directly and we will do our best to come up with a helpful response.