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Caroline Hickman is a psychotherapist and lecturer at the University of Bath researching children and young people’s emotional responses to climate change for 10 years, examining eco-anxiety and distress, eco-empathy, trauma, moral injury and the impact of climate anxiety on family relationships. She is co-lead author on a 2021 quantitative global study into children and young people’s emotions and thoughts about climate change published in The Lancet Planetary Health.
She has been developing a range of therapeutic services for ecological distress, a psychological assessment model for eco-anxiety, and delivered workshops in climate psychology, emotional resilience and mental health internationally.
Pychotherapist and university lecturer Caroline Hickman discusses eco-anxiety and how to manage distress around climate change. Interview by Jaia Bristow.
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