Dr Sally Gillespie is a member of Psychology for a Safe Climate, the Climate Wellbeing Network, and the Climate Psychology Alliance. A former psychotherapist, Sally researched the psychological terrain of ongoing climate engagement for her PhD, publishing papers and book chaters on her findings. Currently she lectures and facilitates workshops on climate psychology and ecopsychology. Sally’s  book 'Climate Crisis and Consciousness: Re-imagining our world and ourselves explores the psychological challenges and  developmental processes of climate awareness for individuals and societies'. Her two previous books were on dreamwork and psychotherapy, and she is a Past President of the CG Jung Society of Sydney.
Education
Phd, Western Sydney University, 2015
Masters of Counselling, University of Western Sydney, 2003
Bachelor of Town Planning, University of Auckland, 1979
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Climate psychology
Eco-psychology
Depth psychology
Personal Interests
Community gardening