Let Nature Guide You: An Experiential Course in Ecopsychology

October 5, 12, 19, 26 | 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Chappell House
$150 per person

Participants will have the opportunity to engage in a four-week program that explores the principles of ecopsychology. Gradually gain a deeper sense of self-value, one’s relationship with nature, and a desire to engage with nature as a trusted and valued aspect of one’s own life. The ecopsychological focus will be to open yourself to direct experiences within nature and rely on a reciprocation of experiences where you will allow nature to gently guide your awareness through your senses.

You will be challenged to learn from nature’s wisdom in the absence of words and languages and simply rely on your non-language-based senses. You will be amazed by how and what nature reveals to you through such an approach. You will discover how nature truly exemplifies ‘unconditional love,’ and how we can take lessons for our own lives. 

Each week, participants will be introduced to new concepts which they will then apply them to practical activities and reflect both collectively and individually.

Important Information

No dogs permitted. Please dress for the weather. This program will be primarily indoors with periods of outdoor activities.

Difficulty Rating

Easy. This program will primarily be located indoors. Any outdoor activity during the program will be take place around Chappell House.

Cancellations and Refunds

Refunds may only be processed if a registration is cancelled five or more business days before event day. Advanced cancellations are subject to administrative fees. No refunds will be given for no-shows. For programs where the fee is $19.99 or less, no refunds will be issued due to processing fees. If the program is cancelled due to weather, illness, or minimum participants not registered, we will attempt to reschedule, or a full refund will be issued based on the circumstances of the cancellation.

About the Presenter

Memona Hossain is a PhD candidate in Applied Ecopsychology. Memona has also completed her Master’s in Education at the University of Toronto. She is working towards a certification in EcoArt Therapy. Memona has worked in the field of mental health, addictions, and developmental disabilities for over 15 years. Memona is involved in eco-diverse conversations, engaging with individuals and groups of diverse background as it pertains to climate action.