Published June 1, 2009 as a follow-up to the influential Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind, this anthology revisits the work of writers like Theodore Roszak, Mary Gomes, Sarah Conn, Steven Aizenstat, and Ralph Metzner while offering a new harvest of contributions from David Orr, Richard Heinberg, Richard Louv, Bill McKibben, Joanna Macy, Larry Robinson, Malidoma Somé, and Shepherd Bliss.

Ecotherapy has been favorably reviewed by Time Magazine, NPR, Utne Reader, Adbusters, SELF Magazine, Best Health, the Sacramento Bee, the Contra Costa Times, the Oakland Tribune, Mercury News, the Monterey Herald, the Kansas City Star, Pioneer Press, Tri-City Herald, Bradenton Herald, the Huntsville Times, the Chicago Tribune, Sun Herald, Publisher’s Marketplace, Mardigian Libary, and numerous blogs, including some at Huffington Post.

“This groundbreaking volume is must reading for therapists seeking guidance in navigating the new frontiers of ecopsychology, or for anyone who has ever wondered why we continue to abuse the planet even though we know better. Reaching a sustainable future means reinventing psychological healing as if the human–nature relationship matters — as it profoundly does.” — Lester Brown, award-winning coiner of “sustainability” and founder of the Earth Policy Institute