The European Journal of Ecopsychology (EJE) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to explore the synthesis of psychological and ecological ideas from a variety of perspectives. We publish theoretical papers, empirical reports, accounts of therapeutic practice, and more personal reflections which offer the reader insight into new and original aspects of the interrelationship between humanity and the rest of the natural world. Issues are publshed at the end of each year.
In general, topics of interest include:
- Effects of the natural environment on our emotions and well-being
- How psychological disconnection relates to the current ecological crisis
- Furthering our understanding of psychological, emotional and spiritual relationships with nature
A new editorial team is taking over the EJE for 2019 — watch this space for developments! In the meantime, three new articles are freely available. All past issues may also be freely downloaded via the links below, and print copies are available via the Lulu print-on-demand service