A panel discussion led by Margaret Klein Salamon, author of Facing the Climate Emergency: How to transform yourself with climate truth
Yes, we're facing catastrophic collapse. Yes it’s terrifying. But you don't have to be paralyzed by your fear, grief, and other painful feelings. You can use your pain to transform yourself, your friends, and your world. You can become the hero humanity needs. I want to show you how. - Margaret Klein Salamon
Margaret Klein Salamon, author of Facing the Climate Emergency: How to transform yourself with climate truth, and founding director of The Climate Mobilization in the US will lead a panel discussion that explores the emotional challenges of facing the climate emergency.
She will be joined by:
Dr Sally Gillespie, author of Climate Crisis and Consciousness: Reimagining our world and ourselves and co-founder of the Climate Wellbeing Network in Sydney. She writes: Joining with others to address the climate crisis is a potent catalyst for reshaping an isolated experience of self into a connected one.
Dr Charles LeFeuvre, Vice President of Psychology for a Safe Climate, he is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist and has been involved in writing and speaking about psychological approaches to climate change over many years.
Dr Susie Burke, a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society, and author of the Climate Change Empowerment Handbook. She has a particular interest in how to raise children in and for a climate altered world.
This event is hosted by Psychology for a Safe Climate and chaired by Carol Ride, President.