ECOPSYCHOLOGY This seminar-style course examines the important role of the human relationship with nature in order to better understand psychological experience and ecological issues. It explores a variety of factors that may contribute to human disconnection from nature (such as technology, consumerism, psychological views of health and of the self) and ways of developing more sustainable relationships and deepening personal connections with nature (such as direct experience in nature, environmental restoration and activism, nature-based worldviews and psychotherapies, and systems theory). Some "field work" is required. Three hours a week seminar, one hour a week laboratory. 06-09-2018-29-11-2018 Seminar Tuesday, Thursday 02:30PM - 03:45PM, Robertson Library, Room 235