Our original websites are designed to be used as discovery pathways to be explored by following your attractions from link to link. These pathways bring you over 25 years of joy, history, rationale and the supportive opportunities of Project NatureConnect. The websites are filled with first-hand findings, experiences and the good spirit of field studies done by participants in the program.
You are invited to follow your attractions and explore this virtual forest of natural attractions returning here to ProjectNatureConnect.org for program exploration.
If you have any questions please feel free to Contact Us for support and guidance.
Key Ecopsych.com Webpages
- Increase Well-Being: Stop Our Detrimental Mass Hallucinatory Fantasy, Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D.
- The Process of Natural Attraction, Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D.
- Fundamentals: The Confrontive Core Truth That Faces You and Me, Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D.
- Interview: Ecopsychology Journal interview of Michael J. Cohen, Dr. Thomas Joseph Dougherty. (Courtesy of the Ecopsychology Journal)
- Prejudice Againist Nature, Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D
- Overview: Organic Psychology: The Natural Systems Thinking Process of Applied Ecopsychology, Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D
- Identity: Who are You? Who am I? Who are We? Who or What is your Natural Self?, Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D
- Director: Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D
- Petition: Project NatureConnect Petition requests that the UN Enlist assistance from Nature to increase personal, social and environmental health and wellness.
- Articles: Online Studies, Artciles, Webpages, and Press Releases
- Duality: Thinking and Learning with all Nine Legs, Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D
- Journal: Organic Psychology and Natural Attraction Ecology (OP/NAE)
- Activity: A Free Natural Attraction Online Activity to Increase Personal, Social and Environmental Well-Being
- Science: Natural Attraction Ecology
- Course: The Orientation Couse: Organic Psychological Elements of Global Citizenship
- Book: Educating Counseling and Healing With Nature (ECHN)
- Film: Naturally Attracted with Michael J. Cohen
- Karen: When Will We Ever Learn?, Michael J. Cohen