Eco-active or eco-anxious: Where are Coaching Psychologists?

30 May 202312:00pm - 1:30pm
  • Coaching
From £10
Woman in forest making a campfire
Online workshop
Division of Coaching Psychology


The climate and biodiversity crisis is one of the greatest collective challenges we face as a species.

Many of the individuals we work with are facing intense anxiety, stress and grief related to worry about the future of the planet and the inaction we observe.

We are holding this session in honour of International Coaching Week. The learning outcomes are to:
• Become familiar with and consider where you are individually on the Eco-Cycle
• Reflect on the Eco-anxiety and distress your clients might be showing up with
• Consider some useful models for how we can support our clients to take agency and reframe distress
• Share and discuss the myths that surround this area
• Reflect on our role as a profession is supporting societal shift 


This session is being presented by the Joint Statement Group on Climate and the Ecodiversity Crisis, a collaboration on 11 coaching, mentoring and coaching psychology organisations. Further information can be found at Joint Global Statement Group on Climate and Ecodiversity Crises – The interconnectedness of all species and earth systems requires collective action and collaboration at local and global levels. We believe that coaching can help (


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Eve Turner (APECS) is a Master Executive Coach, Supervisor, Facilitator and Trainer, working with individuals and teams, who develops high-achieving leaders across sectors. 

She specialises in coaching leaders and organizations to deal with transitions and execute change effectively as well as deal with interpersonal challenges.  She also works supervising internal and external coaches one-to-one and in groups. 

Eve trains leaders in coaching/mentoring techniques and has taught/supervised on supervisor training programmes.  She is a Fellow at Henley Business School and the University of Southampton.

She is a founder member of the Climate Coaching Alliance (CCA)

Hetty Einzig (AC) is a leadership coach, best-selling author and editor of Coaching Perspectives, the Association for Coaching global magazine.

She has worked with major corporations and public organisations across a range of sectors and designs large-scale leadership programmes, including a programme for women across North Africa.

A founder member of the social-change organisation Be the Change, she is a Director of Transition Expertise, a facilitator with Leaders' Quest and a senior consultant with Performance Consultants International and Analytic-Network Coaching.

She has a Masters in Organisational Consulting Psychoanalytic-Systemic Approaches from the Tavistock Centre, and runs a popular women's leadership programme.

Rita Symons (EMCC) is a Senior Practitioner coach and supervisor, who spent much of her career in the NHS, starting in public health and ending as a Chief Officer.

She is now part of the NHS Leadership Academy Faculty and works on several national programmes as well as bespoke development focussed on leadership and inclusion.

She is particularly interested in women's leadership, inclusion and belonging and psychological safety. She leads the Global EMCC group on Climate Action and Sustainability. 


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