Atlantic Magazine Features my Ecotherapy work.
|J. Phoenix Smith Presentations on Ecotherapy and Ecospiritual Practices
Phoenix was interviewed by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford on the Therapy for Black Girls Podcast. Click the link to Listen
Ecopsychology: Toward a New Story of Cultural and Racial Diversity: Journal of Ecopsychology 12/13
“Intro to Liberation Ecotherapy: Ecotherapy as a Tool for Social Justice”, Presented to Staff at Edgewood Family Services, San Francisco, CA 2011,2012,2013,2014
• “Nature as Medicine”, Presented at the Black Women’s Media Project: Be Still Retreat 2010,2011
Earth Medicine Alliance: 2010 and 2011 Co-Presenter with Dr. Michael Mason conducted Orisa ceremonies in nature at Hunter’s Point and West Oakland
Black Women’s Media Project: Be Still Retreat Nature Meditation
Emotional Impact of Climate Change: Recorded on the H2O Network Radio Show: Finding Light in the Eye of the Storm, Ecoanxiety is not a mental illness but a normal response to the environmental, cultural, economic and social changes that are occurring on the planet today.
Phoenix featured in The Atlantic Magazine article The Nature Cure: http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/10/the-nature-cure/403210/