Seeking Engagement at the Intersection of Psychology, Environment, and Culture
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Show #117.1 | February 17, 2016 | Esteemed academic and author Dr. Renee Lertzman explores the challenges of societal engagement in her new book Environmental Melancholia: Psychoanalytic Dimensions of Engagement.
Dr. Renee Lertzman is an internationally recognized thought leader and adviser and works with organizations, professionals, and practitioners from government, business, philanthropic, and non-governmental sectors to design research tools, engagement practices, and strategies suited for the uniquely challenging nature of environmental work. Having pioneered the bridging of psychodynamic research and environmental issues for more 20 years, Dr. Renee Lertzman gracefully marries the worlds of academia and practice. She is dedicated to providing high quality training to those working on the front lines of environmental change as well as to scholars and researchers developing innovative approaches.
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