Welcome to the International List of The Earthbody Institute Graduates!
Each graduate has a variety of professional skills, licenses, and/or trainings in addition to The Earthbody Institute training. We encourage you to contact them to work with them or to network.
I received Level One Ecotherapy Certificate from the EarthBody Institute in 2020.
Trips to the Wilderness in the Himalaya (Nepal, India) and the eurasian steppe (Mongolia).
Ecotherapy journeys in the French Alps.
Ryan is also an earth poet, author of Re-Membering: Poems of Earth & Soul, and High-Cooing Through the Seasons: Haiku From the Forest. He has published work in Earth Island Journal, Deep Time: The Journal of the Work That Reconnects, Terrain Magazine, Elephant Journal, various poetry journals, and in A Walk with Nature: Poetic Encounters that Nourish the Soul.
"I know what it is like to abandon oneself. And I also know what it looks like to listen to your authentic inner voice and deepest longings to create the life you desire. If you are wanting to feel a sense of deeper belonging to yourself, your calling, and to wild nature, let's talk. When I listen, I listen with all my ears—opening my pores up to absorb the information I am receiving, not just from words, but the body, symbols, and energies. My intention is to listen deeply with my mind, heart, soul, & body to honor the psyche's journey towards wholeness. Contact me for a FREE 30 minute discovery call to see if it is a good fit."
1-on-1 Earth-Rooted Mentoring/Coaching
Deep Belonging Course
Ecogrief Healing Circles
Custom Wilderness Backpacking Journeys (1-4 days, groups of 1-5)
Community Nature Meetups
Small group facilitation (Council Circle, Writing Wild Workshops, Deep Belonging Workshops)
Private yoga therapy for physical and mental/emotional wellbeing, Eco/ nature based therapeutic sessions and workshops with organizations, children, and adults of all ages.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist, trauma-informed brainspotter, ecotherapist, yoga therapist, yoga teacher specializing in Therapeutic Yoga, and concerned Earth citizen. I work with clients and students of all ages who would like to prevent physical, emotional, and spiritual symptomatology, as well as those that are currently suffering from: physical injuries and ailments; anxiety; depression; grief; women’s issues; relationship issues; eco-grief and climate change anxiety. We are in a time of great upheaval and incredible opportunity. I look to the creation that is around us: the trees, the sea, the earth, the air, the rocks, to provide solace for myself and maintain stability and connection in an overwhelming and fast-paced world. I wish to assist my clients and my students to re-connect (in office, via telehealth, or outside) with the ancient connection of people to Earth. Joanna Macy suggests we are in the time of The Great Unraveling and The Great Turning. I look to the beauty around us and within us to guide my ecotherapy clients into discovering how they will manage the Unraveling and contribute fully to the Great Turning.
Sasha’s orientation to stewarding wellbeing and wholeness centers a person’s relationship with their own body, communities, and the earth. She weaves somatic, mindfulness, and nature-based modalities into her practice to build bridges of connection within and beyond the human world. She is trained in Hakomi and Ecotherapy. Her work is informed by a neurobiological understanding of trauma and a social justice framework.
Sasha’s aim as a therapist, supervisor, and facilitator is to affirm people in their innate reservoir of inner resources and reveal their own gifts and solutions. Facilitating authentic experiences of belonging in one’s body, mind, and larger ecosystem draws forth true personhood, and creates the conditions for positive change.
Adults & Adolescents
I offer outdoor individual and group sessions in Ecotherapy in summer and fall. As a Hypnotherapist, I am certified in Past Life Regression and Pain Management. Counselling and Hypnotherapy sessions are currently available in person outdoors and remotely online via Zoom. My location is Black Creek, in the Comox Valley, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
Her mixed-media paintings are post-modern in style and use elements of autobiography and the natural world to interpret, explore, and discover the diverse realities of our earth. Merging images of self with elements of earth these paintings have been subjected to months of frigid temps, dollar store plastics, fire, ice, a flood, and paint and glue. She has exhibited in numerous group and one-person exhibitions in the U.S.
Presently living in WV, she holds Art-To-Earth™ Workshops that explore and combine concepts and activities in Ecopsychology and Creative Arts.
Art-To Earth®, Inc is a 501(c )3 Nonprofit
A Center for Expressive Ecopsychology – Encouraging Earth Connection through Art
These Workshops are encounters in Art, Ecopsychology & Meditation. Enjoy Expressive Arts, Meditation, Nature-based Activities rooted in Ecopsychology principles. Connect art, earth, and self. Experience the human and nonhuman world in deep and energizing ways. Explore the creative process and nature as essential for positive change
I offer individual therapy (currently Telehealth only, or outdoor as indicated) to adults.
I specialize in anxiety, moving through and beyond trauma and grief, unfolding and honoring your purpose, and helping move through creative blocks.
I lead indoor/outdoor nature poetry and literature gatherings with inspirational nature practices and immersion for senior centers, libraries, parks and recreation sites, museums and art centers
Ecopsychology offers her the perfect possibility to synthesize her whole experience, feelings, thoughts, and degrees. It allows her to experience a responsibility that liberates by offering wholeness, and the chance that her individual joy of her everyday activities to be an integral part of the unity.
She offers 1:1 ecotherapy sessions, Participative Walks for groups and individuals in different kinds of natural areas, as well as Nature Facilitator trainings in Budapest, Hungary.