Focus and scope
The Journal of Ecosychology seeks articles with a focus on theory, research and practice of ecopsychology. This includes papers on the human-nature relationship, Biophilia hypothesis, Biophilic building and office design, Biophilic Cities, climate coaching, nature powered coaching, ecowellbeing, ecohealth, climate crisis, shinrin yoku, green and blue exercise research, and other areas that can be informed by Ecopsychology. Articles on conservation and environmental psychology are also invited.
In addition to research articles, papers can include brief reports, techniques, interventions, strategies, book reviews and conference reports. Editorials are written by the editors on topics of general interest or journal policy.
Perspectives, leading articles and keynote speeches maybe commissioned from experts in the ecopsychology and applied fields.
Journal items are published online as soon as they are ready and are added to the “current” volume’s Table of Contents. On an occasional basis, the publishers may print a paper journal version of the articles published.
Article and page numbering
In order to publish accepted articles promptly, National Wellbeing Service journals will use article numbers instead of the traditional method of continuous pagination through any particular volume. (Page numbers will still be used within each article.)
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
National Wellbeing Service, 156 Westcombe Hill, London, SE3 7DH.
Website: Journal of Ecopsychology