Researchers, practitioners and academics may be interested in reading articles on ecopsychology and wellbeing. There are a number of journals that publish papers in this area.
Ecopsychology seeks to reshape modern psychology by showing that it cannot stand apart from an intimate human connection with the natural environment. We need that connection with nature to do well mentally and physically, let alone to flourish, as individuals and as a species. Against this backdrop, the Journal publishes original scientific research articles, as well as theoretical papers, case studies, nature writing, and reviews of important books and other media.
European Journal of Ecopsychology
The European Journal of Ecopsychology (EJE) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to explore the synthesis of psychological and ecological ideas from a variety of perspectives.
European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology
The European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology (EJAPP) is a peer reviewed journal. It will publish theory, research and practice articles on all aspects of positive psychology. Perspectives, leading articles and keynote speeches maybe commissioned from experts in the positive psychology and applied fields.
International Journal of Stress Prevention and Wellbeing
The International Journal of Stress Prevention and Wellbeing (IJSPW) is a peer reviewed journal. It will publish theory, research and practice articles on all aspects of stress: Stress research: Stress prevention: Stress management: Stress at work: Stress and education: Stress and management: Stress and health: Stress counselling: Stress management training: Health education: Health Promotion: Stress and coaching: Stress and leadership: Locus of control: Type A behaviour: Coping strategies: Change management: Relaxation: Meditation: Mindfulness: Psychophysiology: Biology: Wellbeing.
The Trumpeter. Journal of Ecosophy
The Trumpeter is an environmental journal dedicated to the development of an ecosophy, or wisdom, born of ecological understanding and insight.