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Book reviews - reviews of selected recent publications in our field of interest

Engaging with Climate Change, Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Weintrobeedited by Sally Weintrobe Routledge 2012

2 reviews and 2 radio interviews

Review by Anne Karpf

Karpf explores her own ambivalent reactions to serious climate disturbance. Read more in The Guardian

Review by Terry Patterson

This groundbreaking collection of papers brings together the most current thinking of those concerned with conscious and unconscious reasons for the difficulty we have in facing climate change.

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Vital Signs: Psychological Responses to Ecological Crisis

rusttottonedited by Mary-Jayne Rust & Nick Totton
Karnac Books 2011

2 reviews
  - by Mara Senese for HOPE
I never expected this professional book to be so engaging Read in full

- by Kamalamani

Vital Signs is a thoughtful and thought-provoking anthology.

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In Time for Tomorrow? the Carbon Conversations Handbook

randallby Ro Randall and Andy Brown

Published by Surefoot Effect

Review by Sally Weintrobe

As Naomi Klein rightly says in her back cover endorsement, “this lovely handbook covers it all”.

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This Changes Everything: Capitalism v The Climate

Kleinby Naomi Klein Published 2014 by Penguin

Review by Ro Randall

Naomi Klein’s new book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs The Climate is a tour de  force of uncompromising argument, backed by penetrating analysis, a gift for story-telling and a deep, human empathy for those who are suffering now

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Wild Therapy: Undomesticating inner and outer worlds

by Nick Totton PCCS 2012TottonWildTherapy

Reviewed by Arnold Mindell  (author of Processmind)

Nick Totton’s ‘Wild Therapy’ is a call from nature to rediscover the earth and relationship to the universe.

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