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Safe spaces

Rosemary Randall is a psychotherapist, founder of the community-based charity Cambridge Carbon Footprint and the nationally acclaimed Carbon Conversations project. Her work brings insights from psychotherapy to work on climate change and she writes and lectures widely on the psychological dimensions of the public response to the issue. Links to her work can be found on her website. The idea of the ‘safe space’ is crucial to psychotherapy. What relevance does it have to climate change? Many people find it hard to accept the reality of climate change and the need for both urgent action and widespread socio-political change. This 

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