William Hafford is a 2014 graduate of the PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University, New England
- Colborn Smith, Ph.D., Committee Chair
- Barbara Belcher-Timme, Psy.D. Committee Member
- James Graves, Ph,D, Committee Member
adventure therapy, ecopsychology, nature, rewilding
This dissertation sits at the intersection of ecopsychology and adventure therapy. It explores humankind’s relationship with nature and wilderness, as well as the co-evolution of ecopsychology and adventure therapy within the field of psychology. The primary aim of this dissertation is to lay the groundwork for rewilding humanity with the specific focus of providing practitioners with a compelling case for intentionally integrating ecopsychology with their adventure therapy practice. This theoretical paper concludes with a suggested expansion of ethics and competencies for adventure therapists.
Hafford, W. (2014). Wild Minds: Adventure Therapy, Ecopsychology, and the Rewilding of Humanity. https://aura.antioch.edu/etds/164