Director, Ecopsychology
Graduate School of Psychology
PhD, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS)
ZD Universite de Fribourg, Switzerland
BA, Old College, Reno NV

Tina Fields directs, and teaches in, the low-residency MA in Transpersonal Psychology, Ecopsychology concentration. She has taught about the cultural & spiritual sides of sustainability issues since 1999, including five years with the outdoor field-based Audubon Expedition Institute (AEI). Dr. Fields’ current work ties together ecopsychology, earth-based spiritual wisdoms, applied bioregional understanding, and storytelling to help environmental behavior change shift from a perceived burden to a chosen joy. She is co-editor of So What? Now What? The Anthropology of Consciousness Responds to a World In Crisis (Cambridge Scholars Press). She is also an accomplished visual and performance artist, whose creative work helps build community and remind industrialized people of our animistic connection to the living world. Dr. Fields is listed in several editions of Who’s Who Among American Women.

Recent "Green Paper"

"We Ain't Got No Wildlife Here": Transformative Effects of a Contemplative Assignment in Ecoliteracy