• Sep 13, 2019 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2019

Webinar hosted by Jem Bendell with guest Adrian Tait.

Adrian is a co-founder of the Climate Psychology Alliance and lead author of its monthly newsletter as well as coordinator of a Transition initiative on the Somerset levels.

He is retired after 25 years as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with extensive experience in teaching and supervision in the NHS and privately.  Former roles include participation in UKCP’s Diversity, Equality and Social Responsibility Committee, also Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility.  Initiated and chaired 2009 conference at The University of the West of England: The Psychological and Political Challenge of Facing Climate Change.  This led to a 3-year Visiting Fellowship at UWE during which CPA was formed.

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  • These talks are so valuable, thank you both for your words - you are providing context and understanding to those of us grappling with our climate predicament. 



  • Here you go Daniel Colman... and whoever is interested :) 


    • Thanks a million!


  • Hey, will there be a recording of this Q and A available at some point?





  • Im looking forward to seeing you in 45 mins on this link.
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  • hi, where is the zoom link?  will it be sent via email?



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    Hi Mathew,

    For those in the Asian region who typically will be asleep when this event takes place, could you please post (or email me) a link to the recording of this event? We can then watch the recording and comment in a timely fashion. Many thanks......../Chris (in Australia - 10 hours ahead of UTC)


  • Are you sure about the posted times for this Q&A? It appears to last from seven in the evening UK time and ends at eight the next morning. Thirteen hours would be a record for a zoom hosted event I think..?

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