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.
Elizabeth Allured (she/her) is a clinical psychologist and educator who teaches clinicians and the public about the interface of the climate crisis and mental health. She co-founded the nonprofit Climate Psychology Alliance – North America, and is its current co-president, developing training programs for agencies and psychology organizations to address growing mental health needs related to extreme weather, environmental degradation, and systemic injustices related to these problems. She has developed interdisciplinary workshops, such as one including environmental scholars, a psychology scholar, and media journalists. She has presented papers and workshops on her clinical work with the climate-distressed at national and international conferences, and is on the faculty of the Derner Institute’s postgraduate programs at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York. She has also written theoretical papers on society’s struggles in addressing the climate crisis, like this one.