Elizabeth Allured (she/her) is a clinical psychologist, author, and climate psychology educator. She co-founded and is co-president of the Climate Psychology Alliance – North America.
Andrew Bryant, MPH, LCSW (he/him) is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist. His clinical practice focuses on the impact of ecological issues on mental health.
Jeanine M. Canty, PhD, is a professor of transformative studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco, working from Boulder, CO.
Susan Clayton, PhD, (she/her) is a Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at the College of Wooster in Ohio. Her PhD, from Yale University, is in social psychology. Her research examines people’s relationship with the natural environment, how it is socially constructed, and how a healthy relationship with nature can be promoted, particularly in informal education contexts such as zoo visits. She has written extensively about the effects of climate change on mental health, and has developed a scale to assess climate anxiety.
Ariella Cook-Shonkoff, MFT, ATR, is a writer and integrative therapist blending existential, mind-body, art therapy, ecotherapy, cognitive-behavorial, feminist/social justice frames, climate-aware practices, and systems theory.
Leslie Davenport, MA, MS, LMFT, (she/her) is co-lead of the Climate Psychology Certificate, and a climate psychology author, educator, and consultant.
Dr. Thomas Doherty is a clinical and environmental psychologist based in Portland, Oregon who has developed a specialty addressing people’s concerns about environmental issues and climate change.
Barbara Easterlin, PhD, is a clinician and consultant specializing in climate psychology.
Wawa Gatheru is an environmental justice advocate and storyteller.
Caroline Hickman is a psychotherapist and lecturer at the University of Bath researching children and young people’s emotional responses to climate change in the UK, Brazil, The Maldives, Nigeria & USA for 10 years examining eco-anxiety & distress, eco-empathy, trauma, moral injury and the impact of climate anxiety on relationships.
Kelsey Hudson, PhD, (she/her) is a child/adolescent Clinical Psychologist focusing on the mental health impacts of climate change on young people.
Melissa K. Nelson is a mixed-raced Native American ecologist and activist-scholar. She earned her Ph.D. in ecology with an emphasis in Native American Studies at the University of California, Davis. Melissa works for Indigenous rights, revitalization, and community well-being in higher education, nonprofits, and philanthropy.
Dr. Renée Lertzman is a renowned psychologist, author and sustainability strategist who uses psychological insights to change our approach to the environmental crisis.
Kaira Jewel Lingo is a Dharma teacher who began practicing mindfulness in 1997 and teaches Buddhist meditation, secular mindfulness, and compassion internationally.
Susanne Moser, PhD, is a lover of Earth, climate action strategist, researcher, poet, and facilitator of transformative change.
Jennifer Mullan, PhD, (she/her) is the CEO of Decolonizing Therapy ™ LLC & is trained as a Clinical Psychologist, and is a published author.
Dr. Lise Van Susteren is a general and forensic psychiatrist in Washington, DC, and an expert on the physical and psychological impacts of climate change.
Adrián Villaseñor Galarza, PhD, is passionate about human transformation in service of the living Earth. Adrián is an academic collaborator, international facilitator, ritualist, author, and contemplative practitioner whose work weaves together the psycho-spiritual study of the Earth-human relation, animist principles, and contemplative wisdom.