Reciprocal Healing: Nature, Health, and Wild Vitality
The health of humans and nature are inextricably linked.
As we heal ourselves, we heal the earth – and vice versa.
The goal is to illuminate the healing ground that lies at the confluence of natural history, medicine, and psychology. From this common ground we intend to grow the practices and associations that will foster the health of all life.
Join this event and help activate a coalition of engaged people to inspire and empower connections between disciplines. Interactions between naturalists and ecologists, psychologists, physicians, educators, artists, writers, and advocates will light a path that connects humans and nature through healing both the human and more-than-human world. This national confluence is dedicated to nurturing a sense of hope grounded in tangible, actionable outcomes. Participants will benefit from inspiration, innovation, cross-pollination, and depth in both plenary and breakout sessions.
The gathering will be structured as a confluence between three primary tributaries— medicine, psychology, and natural history—with a rhythm of alternating plenary presentations from inspiring speakers and illuminating panels, smaller field workshops, and open space for emergent ideas. Throughout the 4 days and 3 nights of the gathering, they’ll integrate intellect, spirit, and experience while intertwining contemplation and wild nature. The committee anticipates almost 200 participants, from across North America and beyond.
They intend to emerge with the strategies and skills to take this work into the wider world. The academic journal Ecopsychology has committed to engagement with this conference, with the intention of publishing a special section deriving from the gathering.
Early Bird registration is $695 and available until July 10th, or until the limited number of early bird spaces are filled.
Full registration is $945 and available until September 1st, or until all spaces are filled.
The registration fee covers your confluence attendance, accommodations at the retreat center for three nights, and all meals and snacks.
A limited number of scholarships are available to qualified individuals through an application process, for $295 which includes all accommodations. Applications can be found at here. The deadline to submit your application is June 25th. Scholarship recipients will be announced on July 2nd.
Check out the frequently asked questions section for more information, including directions, what to expect, and more. F.A.Q.
For additional support, contact the Confluence Coordinator, Victoria J. Ellis at: Reciprocalhealing@naturalhistoryinstitute.org
You can follow the Reciprocal Healing Facebook page here.
If you cannot attend this Confluence, please reach out to the Coordinator for help in processing your refund. 50% of your ticket price will be refunded until September 1st. After that deadline, no refunds will be processed.
If you have been awarded a discounted scholarship and can no longer attend, please let the Confluence Coordinator know as soon as possible, so we can pass along the opportunity to another participant in need.
Center for Humans and Nature (Illinois)
Natura Institute for Ecology and Medicine (California)
North Cascades Institute (Washington)
Stanford University, Earth Systems Program (California)
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|Conference Fee||01 Sep,2019||USD 945.00|