EcoWellness: Ways to Actively Combat and Cope with Climate Grief
Monday, October 4, 2021
12 – 1 p.m.
Great Hall Outside: Erlanger Gardens
Presenter: Dr. Megan Delaney, PhD, LPC
If you feel sad, worried, overwhelmed and even despair about climate change, you are not alone. Ecological grief, or eco-grief, is the psychological response to mourning the environmental destruction of our planet. This presentation will allow participants to explore feelings of grief and loss but also help participants with ways to develop an ecological wellness plan to help heal ourselves and the planet.
This presentation is open to faculty, staff, students and the community. It will be held outdoors, so please dress appropriately. Participants are asked to bring a small notebook and something to write with.