Ecopyschology and the environmental revolution : an environmental foreword / Lester R. Brown -- A psyche the size of the Earth : a psychological foreword / James Hillman -- Where Psyche meets Gaia / Theodore Roszak -- 1. Theoretical perspectives: Nature and madness / Paul Shepard -- Technology, trauma, and the wild / Chellis Glendinning -- The psychopathology of the human-nature relationship / Ralph Metzner -- Are we happy yet? / Alan Thein Durning -- The all-consuming self / Allen D. Kanner and Mary E. Gomes -- Jungian psychology and the world unconscious / Stephen Aizenstat -- The ecopsychology of child development / Anita Barrows -- The rape of the well-maidens : feminist psychology and the environmental crisis / Mary E. Gomes and Allen D. Kanner -- The wilderness effect and ecopsychology / Robert Greenway -- The ecology of grief / Phyllis Windle -- 2. Ecopsychology in practice: Therapy for a dying planet / Terrance O'Connor. When the Earth hurts, who responds? / Sarah A. Conn -- Shamanic counseling and ecopsychology / Leslie Gray -- The way of wilderness / Steven Harper -- The skill of ecological perception / Laura Sewall -- Ecological groundedness in gestalt therapy / William Cahalan -- Restoring habitats, communities, and souls / Elan Shapiro -- Working through environmental despair / Joanna Macy -- 3. Cultural diversity and political engagement: Ecopsychology and the deconstruction of whiteness / Carl Anthony -- The politics of species arrogance / John E. Mack -- The spirit of the goddess / Betty Roszak -- The ecology of magic / David Abram -- Keepers of the Earth / Jeannette Armstrong. Ecopsychology represents an attempt to find ecology within the context of human psychology and, in turn, to find human psychology in the context of ecology. The feelings of isolation and dysfunction that are so pervasive today have at their root a denial of our essential connection to nature and the non-human world. To heal, we must find our way back home.