Presentations

 

Recent Presentations Given by Dr. Hasbach include:

 

Conference Presentations:

  • Nature Imagery in Prisons Project: The Impact on Staff and Inmates in Solitary Confinement, American Psychological Assn. Convention, Paper Session, August 2016
  • Ecotherapy: Expanding the Context of Care, American Psychological Association Annual Convention,  Symposium Session, August 2016
  • Ecotherapy: Nature-rich Methods for the Clinical Office and Beyond, The Children & Nature Network International Conference, May 2016
  • Nature Imagery in Prisons Project: Bringing Technological Nature to Inmates in Solitary Confinement, American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Symposium Session,  August 2015
  • What is the Role of Technology in Nature?, Opening Plenary Session (with Richard Louv), Technology & Nature Summit, April 2015
  • Rewilding for Human Flourishing: Practical Tools from Ecopsychology, Featured Speaker, The Children & Nature Network 2015 Conference, April 2015
  • Rewilding for Human Flourishing, Keynote Address, Utah Ecopsychology Project, October 2014
  • Therapy in the Face of Climate Change, Professional Development Workshop, Utah Ecopsychology Project, October 2014
  • Prescribing Nature: Incorporating Ecotherapy into Your Clinical Practice, Oregon Counselors Association Annual Conference, Nov. 2013
  • Emerging Trends in Ecotherapy, American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Skills-building Session, August 2013
  • Integrating Psyche & Landscape: The Emerging Field of Ecopsychology, Keynote Address, Utah Psychological Assn, October 2012
  • Emerging Trends in Ecotherapy, Keynote Address and Professional Development Workshop, Utah Psychological Assn, October 2012
  • Living With Parkinson’s Disease: Sex and Intimacy Issues, 6th Annual Conference of Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon, March 2010
  • Ecopsychology: Expanding the Context of Care, Keynote address, The Association for Women in Psychology Conference , February 2010
  • Rewilding the Child: Toward a Research Agenda, North American Assn. for Environmental Education National Conference, Research Symposium, October 2009
  • Ecotherapy: New Territory for Therapeutic Professionals, International Conference of Ecology & Professional Helping, University of Calgary, May 2009

Invited Speaker – Environmental/ Nature Related Presentations:

  • Applying Ecotherapy Methods to Group Work with Men, Professional Development Workshop (with Jon Davies), Center for Community Counseling, April 2016
  • Prescribing Nature: Incorporating Ecotherapy Methods into Your Clinical Practice, Professional Development Workshop, Lewis & Clark College, November 2015
  • Rewilding for Human Flourishing: Tools from Ecopsychology, Ecopsychology Symposium, Lewis & Clark College, June 2015
  • Rewilding for Human Flourishing, Professional development workshop series, Center for Community Engagement, Lewis & Clark College, March 2015
  • Rewilding Therapy, Center for Community Counseling, Professional development workshop, March 2015
  • Collaborative Ethics: Avoiding Complaints and Beyond, Clinician Panelist, Professional Development Workshop, Nov 2014
  • Ecopsychology: Understanding Our Need For Nature, Eugene Public Library, Eugene, OR, 2014
  • Ecopsychology: Science, Totems, and the Technological Species, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Oregon, 2013
  • Emerging Trends in Ecotherapy, Professional Development Workshop, Lewis & Clark College, 2013 2012, 2011, 2010
  • A Nature Language: Toward a Deeper Connection with Nature in the Design Process, NBBJ Architecture/Design Firm and Google, San Jose, CA, 2013
  • The Challenge of Eco-parenting, Center for Earth Leadership, Portland, OR, 2012
  • Toward a Deeply Sustainable World: Generating Synergy Between a Nature Language and the Built Environment, NBBJ Architecture Firm, Seattle, WA, 2012
  • Adding Ecotherapy to Your Professional Practice, Center for Community Counseling, Eugene, OR, 2011
  • Understanding Our Need for Nature, Chautauqua Institution, NY, 2011
  • Ecopsychology: Understanding our Need for Nature, John H. Baldwin Film & Lecture Series, City of Eugene, 2011
  • Creating & Nurturing Sustainable Behavior Change, Climate Leadership Initiative, University of Oregon, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008
  • The Ecological Unconscious, Willamette Oaks Speakers Forum, Eugene, OR, 2010

Invited Speaker – Health Related Presentations (partial list):

  • Alternative Treatment for Depression in Cardiac Patients, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Eugene, OR
  • Critical Incident Stress, St. Clair Hospital ICU Staff Training, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Domestic Violence: Identification, Intervention, & Prevention, Graduate School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh
  • Treatment Issues Related to Victimization and Abuse, Graduate School of Counselor Education, University of Pittsburgh
  • Stress Management and Relaxation Training, St. Clair Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Anxiety and Illness, St. Clair Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Stress, the Holidays, and Your Heart, St. Clair Hospital and Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Beating the Blues: Treatment for Cardiac Patients, St. Clair Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Managing Hostility and Anger, St. Clair Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Managing Multiple Priorities, Feminine Focus Series, St. Clair Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Recognizing Domestic Violence, Allegheny General Hospital Pediatric Clinic Staff Training, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Stress Management for Professionals, Mt. Lebanon Montessori School Staff Training, Pittsburgh, PA
  • The Sexually Traumatized Child, Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Family Violence: Dynamics, Assessment, & Management, Graduate School of Counselor Education, University of Pittsburgh