Second Annual Oregon Ecopsychology Symposium: The Psychology of Interdependence

**This event has been cancelled due to insufficient enrollment**

This two-day symposium will bring together several Oregon scholars and practitioners to explore ecopsychology and kindred endeavors from the perspectives of creativity and self-expression, teaching and research, and socially engaged therapeutic practices.

The event will feature expert speakers, networking, and large group dialogue. Attendees will have an unprecedented opportunity to see and hear a number of local experts speak to the “ecopsychological” in their work.

Who should attend?
Mental health and other healthcare professionals, educators, sustainability professionals, environmental advocates, artists and creative professionals, and others interested in integrative perspectives on the psychology of human-nature relationships.

View photos from the 2015 symposium

Event Details

Dates: Friday-Saturday, June 10-11, 2016, 9:00a.m.-4:30p.m.*

*Please see the program page for exact start and end times of each day. 

Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus, South Chapel

This conference offers 12 CEUs or PDUs.