News & Updates


[upcoming!] November 20, 2019 - Andrew will be presenting a seminar on “Clinical Implications of Climate Change,” through the Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work. The talk and discussion will be held a the University of Washington School of Social Work, in Seattle. Info and registration can be found here.

October 29, 2019 - Andrew and Climate & Mind were featured in this KOMO News story on eco-anxiety and climate mental health: 'Eco-anxiety,' climate change-related depression on the rise

October 10, 2019 - Andrew presented a talk, “Why Psychology and Mental Health are Essential for Climate Resilience,” as part of a panel on Mental Health Resilience, at the Northwest Climate Conference in Portland, OR

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October 4, 2019 - Slightly updated version of Emotional Resilience Toolkit for Climate Work (version 1.5) released.

October 1, 2019 - Interview with Andrew featured in The Paper Gown article, “1 Question, 5 Answers: What’s the Biggest Climate-Related Health Concern?”

September 20, 2019 - As part of the Climate Therapy Alliance (Pacific Northwest Chapter), published version 1.0 of Emotional Resilience Toolkit for Climate Work, aimed “to provide emotional support, resources and tools for eco-anxiety, grief, and the range of feelings that accompany climate work.” (download from our Workbooks & Curricula page)

September 11, 2019 - We added a new resource page, “Climate, Spirituality, & Faith”, with links and references related to climate psychology, climate mental health, and spirituality.

August 25, 2019 - We published a new article, “What is Climate Grief?” Please give us feedback, and keep an eye out for additional articles in the near future!

July 15, 2019 - Andrew Bryant was featured in an article, “Feeling Anxious About Climate Change? Therapists Say You’re Not Alone”, in People Magazine and Kaiser Health News.

April, 2019 - Climate & Mind website launched!