Climate Anxiety Counseling in ThinkProgress

Jeremy Deaton wrote about me, but not just me, and the climate booth, but not just the climate booth, for ThinkProgress. One reason I really like this article is that it puts the booth into context, and shows how the kind of thinking and feeling that I want it to make possible–livable–is underway. It cites work done, and truths spoken, by many people and connects readers to that work and those truths; it is open about the relationships among material and emotional suffering.

I’ll have more of an articulate response soon (right after I…type up all the notes from two weeks of booth sessions) but I want to thank Jeremy for our conversation and all the other people, named and unnamed, whose articulated reality this article includes.

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