Launched in Spring 2021, the Journal of Ecopsychology has published it’s first three articles today, 28 August, 2021. We start with the lead editorial, Ecopsychology and Beyond, which invites practitioners and researchers to submit articles on ecopsychology and allied fields. Then the following two contributions are book reviews. both about Forest Bathing.
Editorial: Ecopsychology and Beyond: An appreciation of our relationship with Nature
Citation: Palmer, S. (2021). Editorial: Ecopsychology and Beyond: An appreciation of our relationship with Nature. Journal of Ecopsychology, 2, 1, 1-4. https://joe.nationalwellbeingservice.com/volumes/volume-1-2021/volume-1-article-1
Book review: Shinrin-Yoku: The Art and Science of Forest Bathing
Citation: Palmer, M. (2021). Book review: Shinrin-Yoku: The Art and Science of Forest Bathing. Journal of Ecopsychology, 1, 2,1-3. https://joe.nationalwellbeingservice.com/volumes/volume-1-2021/volume-1-article-2
Volume 1, Article 3
Book review: Your Guide to Forest Bathing: Experience the Healing Power of Nature
Citation: Alderman, A. (2021). Book review: Your Guide to Forest Bathing: Experience the Healing Power of Nature. Journal of Ecopsychology, 1, 3, 1-3. https://joe.nationalwellbeingservice.com/volumes/volume-1-2021/volume-1-article-3
The Journal of Ecopsychology editorial team invite papers on the theory, research, philosophy and practice of Ecopsychology and beyond. Therefore this includes papers on the human-nature relationship, Attention Restoration Theory, Biophilia hypothesis, nature connectedness, nature walks, climate coaching, nature powered coaching, eco-wellbeing, eco-health, climate crisis, shinrin yoku, forest therapy, unsettling ecopsychology practice, green and blue exercise and space research, improving wellbeing through urban nature, virtual reality and other areas that can be informed by Ecopsychology. Articles on conservation, nature-based solutions, nature networks environmental and positive psychology are also invited. We welcome discussion papers, brief reports, short papers on techniques and conference reports. We are keen to receive conference reports.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Prof Stephen Palmer
Editor of the Journal of Ecopsychology
28 August, 2021