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The DAF blog aims to bring together a variety of voices and perspectives to speak to how we are adapting to disruption and collapse.
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Tag: psychology

Thursday Learning Café

January 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm UTC Please note that this meeting is NOT a DAF meeting; non-collapse-aware people are invited.Join us on Thursdays to talk and practice the art of: Raising...

#collapse, #get involved, #resilience, action research, adapting, Collaboration, consciousness, crews, economics, education, educators, focusing, forming community, local communities, psychology, self-organisation, the 4Rs, Transition, values, wellbeing, young adults

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Climate psychology & collapse – DAF Q&A with Jasmine Kieft

Jasmine Kieft is a Clinical Psychologist Registrar, a member of the leadership team of the Climate Justice Union in Western Australian, a mother of young children, and a member of the Deep Adaptation Forum. She recently published – with Jem Bendell – a review of the relevant literature...

climate grief, coping with emotions, psychology, research, wellbeing

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