Debbie Clelland, Ph.D., core faculty in the Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology and Master of Counselling Psychology programs at Adler University in Vancouver, was recently featured in an article about the psychological impacts of climate change.
Impending consequences of climate change can cause people to feel eco-anxiety, a feeling that can be a driver to want to take action and in act change. Dr. Clelland tells how eco-anxiety can help fuel one’s drive to fight for climate change. She also shares advice for how people can take care of their physical and mental health in the process.
Read more in the article, “How Is Eco-Anxiety Tied to Environmental Change?” published by Science World at Telus World of Science in Vancouver.