Being a personal meditation upon environmental ethics, the conflicting claims of anthropocentric and ecocentric approaches to environmental degeneration, the possibility of extending person-centred relationship beyond the world of human beings, the uses of experiential focusing, dissociation, and the possibility that tending our relationship with Earth is an essential part of spiritual practice.
Mountford, C. P., (2006). Open-Centred Ecosophy Or How to Do Environmentally Interesting Things with Dr Rogers’s Therapeutic Conditions. In J. Moore, & C. Purton (Eds.), Spirituality and Counselling: Experiential and Theoretical Perspectives. Ross0on-Wye: PCCS Books.
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Perraton Mountford, Clive, "Open-Centred Ecosophy Or How to Do Environmentally Interesting Things with Dr Rogers’s Therapeutic Conditions" (2006). Counselling and Psychotherapy. Paper 1.