For many years my interests seemed unrelated: local foods, herbalism, exercise and time outdoors, psychology, mindfulness, spirituality, natural healing, green living, natural parenting, educational philosophy, the arts and more. I finally found a place in ecotherapy - also known as ecopsychology - to integrate all of these parts of myself into one coherent whole.
Ecopsychology is "an emerging field that is developing in recognition that human health, identity, and sanity are intimately linked to the health of the earth and must include sustainable and mutually enhancing relationships between humans and the nonhuman world" (Naropa, 2013). In simpler terms, what is good for us tends to be good for nature and vice versa.
My CV is attached for anyone who wants more academic and professional specifics.
Rebecca Grace Andrews
Welcome to Wild Wellness!
I am an herbalist, health consultant, and an ecotherapist. My passion is to see people working toward health on all levels, so they can live life with a sense of purpose and joy - and a greater sense of healing, harmony with our Mother Earth.