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The Bookshelf: June 14, 2017

In this week’s Bookshelf, our content partner Kirkus Reviews highlights Emotional Resiliency in the Era of Climate Change.

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Trib+Water is joining with respected books authority Kirkus Reviews to bring you select reviews of books of note in the field of water studies. For more book reviews and recommendations, visit Kirkus.com.

EMOTIONAL RESILIENCY IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE: A Clinician's Guide

by Leslie Davenport

With all of the literature surrounding climate shifts, it is a rare work that addresses their often profound emotional impact on humans. Medical practitioner and educator Davenport views weather cycles through a different lens, offering both an overview of climate change psychology and pertinent tactics for clinicians to apply in caring for their clients. ... Davenport demonstrates a deep knowledge of clinical practices but, more important, relates these directly to ecological issues and outcomes. Consistently positive and encouraging, she writes with an understanding of a therapist’s challenges and a sense of empathy for clients. An insightful approach to the far-reaching effects of climate shifts and their impact on the human psyche; likely to become a valuable, targeted resource facilitating clinicians’ treatment in this specialized area.

For the full review, visit kirkus.com.

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