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INTENSIVE OFFERING 2021

Ecopsychology Intensive

6-month program

Each class is 2 hours. 

Dates: January 7 - June 3, 2021

Day/Time: Thursday - 4:00pm - 6:00pm Pacific Time

Platform: Zoom

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INFO SESSION

Learn about VGI's unique approach to ecological psychology.

Date: Monday, February 22, 2021

Time: 11am PDT

Platform: Zoom

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INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

The next  5-week Introduction Course

Date: March 22 - April 19, 2021

Day/Time Monday 2-4pm PDT

Platform: Zoom

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Resources

An Ecopsychological Exploration of Pan (demic)

 

The Covid-19 zoonotic virus is as ecological as it is psychological in its communal effect. It pertains to Pan, the god of wilderness and a source of psychic fear, which can attack, strike, and divide. We cannot always prevent or stop viral infection any more than psychic infection; both are afflictive. I hope to offer participants a few ecological and psychological tools for how to reconfigure the "frightener," the unseen but contagious panic into a grounded relationship with uncertainty and unknowns inherent in a shared world. Led by Lori Pye, VGI President.

[Image: Pan, courtesy of www.theoi.com]

 

A Conversation with Lori Pye (Interview with Nick Shore, New York)