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Coping with the climate crisis

Coping with the climate crisis

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In this webinar, psychotherapist and climate author Ro Randall explores the psychological effects of the climate crisis, and ways we can support ourselves and others as we work towards a brighter future.

The recording was made 17 February 2021 at the time of the live webinar.

The psychological effects of the climate crisis

The far-reaching implications and effects of the climate crisis can affect our psychology in many ways. It may change our mood and how we feel and think.

In this webinar, psychotherapist Ro Randall explores the anxiety, anger and grief some may feel when facing the climate crisis. Combining her experience as an active member of the climate change movement and her work as a psychotherapist, she will offer a pathway through the distress and difficulties and suggest strategies for supporting others.


Meet the speaker

Ro Randall is a psychotherapist who has been active in the climate movement since 2005. She has written widely on the psychology of climate change, is co-founder of the Carbon Conversations project and a founder member of the Climate Psychology Alliance. She is currently active with her local group Cambridge Climate Therapists.

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