Jamie is a lecturer and researcher in the School of Psychology at the University of Derby and Lor is a freelance artist.
In this episode, Lor and Jamie cover:
- Facing climate change and grasping its seriousness. [Starts at 1:25]
- Finding community and inspiration. [Starts at 6:20]
- Sharing climate-related feelings with each other. [Starts at 8:57]
- Climate groups – gaining support and taking positive action. [Starts at 12:28]
- A growing climate community and public engagement. [Starts at 17:21]
- Drawing on their strengths when working within groups. [Starts at 20:12]
- What art therapy is. [Starts at 23:30]
- How art therapy is accessible to all. [Starts at 25:57]
- Outcomes, art materials and imagination. [Starts at 30:05]
- Composting feelings. [Starts at 33:53]
- Feedback from group work to the council. [Starts at 36:17]
- Reaching and representing all people within a community. [Starts at 38:21]
- Feelings about the future – the power of community. [Starts at 43:01]
Jamie’s University of Derby web page
Social Action Art Therapy in a Time of Crisis (2022)
How to connect
Twitter – Jamie
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