Ecopsychology and Environmental Humanities

Have an Impact On The World

Viridis Graduate Institute programs are designed for working professionals with practical experience in their field, for those seeking to change from their current vocation, and for those seeking a new career direction that utilizes ecopsychology and environmental humanities. Students in ecopsychology want their lives to make a real difference in their communities – to be of genuine consequence in the world. Our students want to contribute to the quality of life for all life. They want to contribute to a flourishing world in meaningful and practical ways.

Viridis Graduate Institute prepares a student to become an ecopsychological leader by developing the psychological competence, ecological knowledge, and emotional responsiveness required to creatively solve problems challenging our ecological and social structures. Students apply ecological knowledge and psychological skill in assessing and understanding narratives underpinning human behavior and perpetuating destructive practices.

An ecopsychological education develops cultural leaders capable of transformative actions necessary to address the difficult challenges that confront an individual, group, organization, business, or a community.

Job Placement Disclaimer

Viridis Graduate Institute does not guarantee job placement, advancement, or continued employment to graduates upon program completion or upon graduation. The Institute does not provide any occupational assistance.

Areas where students have applied ecopsychology and/or that are best served by ecopsychological applications:

Agriculture / food systems
Alternative Energy
Artists and Designers from all fields
Business & Corporate Management
City and Urban Planning
Conservation & Environment
Coaching & Consulting
Economics
Eco-tourism
Education (all levels)
Policy
Health Care Professionals (clinical and non-clinical)
International & Public Affairs
International Relief Workers
Landscape Architecture
LEED & Green Construction
Manufacturing
Nonprofit and Nongovernment Organizations
Organizational, Business & Leadership, Change Management
Parks & Recreation
Sustainable Development
Technology
Water / Ocean / Land Conservation and Management
Wildlife Management

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people planting
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