Ecopsychology in Counseling Certificate
Our mission is to prepare license-eligible and employable counselors to effectively engage the pressing social and environmental issues of our time.
Lewis & Clark’s Ecopsychology in Counseling Certificate program provides an opportunity for practitioners and graduate students to enhance their training with an evidence-based, experiential, and socially progressive ecopsychology curriculum.
Program of Study
The ten-credit Certificate sequence provides:
- An introduction to ecopsychology and its basis in environmental philosophy, empirical research, and critical theory
- Applied training in wilderness/adventure therapy and ecotherapy
- An opportunity to explore advanced topics such as nature and child development, environmental justice, horticultural therapy, and ecopsychology writing
- An integrative and self-designed capstone project, such as a thesis or supervised practicum, that completes the certificate
May 30th, 2013
The Certificate is open to:
- Master’s students at the Lewis & Clark Graduate School
- Master’s students at comparable degree programs
- Graduates of these degree programs
- Professionals seeking to expand their practice
Classes can be taken for graduate degree-applicable or continuing education credit.
Meet Certificate faculty and students on our Faculty & Students page and watch this video featuring Certificate Director Thomas Doherty and students in the program.