About the Program
Feelings of anxiety and grief accompanying the climate crisis have become more prominent in recent years. In this group, join with others who experience similar feelings and learn tools from our team of experts to manage the worry and distress associated with the changing climate. The following topics will be explored:
Embracing eco-grief and recognizing its ability to heal
Using EFT (emotional freedom technique) to combat eco-anxiety
Engaging with courageous and compassionate action
Prioritizing gratitude as the antidote to despair
Sessions will take place virtually via Zoom from 6-7:30pm each Tuesday evening for six weeks.
Zoe Jack, LCSW-C
Zoe Jack earned her Master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland where she specialized in clinical work with families and children. Zoe has over four years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children in a therapeutic capacity. Some of her professional experiences include practicing in the deserts of Utah as a wilderness therapy guide and working in the forests of Vermont as a behavior interventionist for individuals exposed to early trauma. In 2017, Zoe had the opportunity to thru hike the 2,190 mile Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine, solidifying her therapeutic philosophy that connection and presence lead to meaningful healing and growth.
Jennifer Yarbro, MA, LCPC
Jennifer Yarbro, LCPC is a client centered, nature informed practitioner with over 20 years of experience. Jennifer specializes in grief, end of life/loss, and other significant life transitions. Jennifer is trained as a meditation instructor and a compassionate cultivation training (CCT) instructor.