Published Writings and Presentations

Atlantic Magazine Features my Ecotherapy work.

J. Phoenix Smith Presentations on Ecotherapy and Ecospiritual Practices

September 2020:

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
• “Lucumi Spiritual Tradition: Orisa as Spirits of Nature” and Orisa Earthhonoring Ritual with Dr. Michael Mason at Hunter’s Point, San Francisco, CA and West Oakland, CA 2010, 2011”, Presented at Earth Medicine Alliance Conference

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:

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