Greening Your Practice

Welcome to Greening Your Practice


Gay Bradshaw, PhD PhD
Elizabeth Burton-Crow, PhD

Climate change and mass extinctions are causing a suite of symptoms such as ecoanxiety, extinction illness, and ecological grief, however, conventional therapies and insurance typically don’t include consideration of nature. Drawing from neuroscience, ecopsychology and trans-species psychology, Greening Your Practice is a four-part seminar that shows mental health professionals how to “green” their practice to support clients and the planet.

About Instructor

Elizabeth M. Burton-Crow, PhD

From an early age, Dr. Liz Burton-Crow has felt most at home when connecting across species. Her extended family includes Goats, Donkeys, Dogs, and Parrots to name a few. With a dual background in the fields of psychology and environmental studies, Liz’s work strives to expand the frontiers of ecopsychology by illuminating the often-unconscious forces underlying cross-species relationships. Now Director of Education, Liz first joined Kerulos as a Sacred Bones intern in 2012 while volunteering at a Macaw sanctuary in Costa Rica. This formative experience blossomed into a doctoral dissertation in depth psychology at Pacific Graduate Institute which explores the psychological dynamics between Poultry, Parrots, and People. You can email her directly at

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Course Includes

  • 4 Lessons
  • 10 Topics
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