About Sally Weintrobe

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Who I am

I am a psychoanalyst who writes and talks on how to understand what underlies our widespread disavowal of climate change. I edited and contributed to Engaging with Climate Change: Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (2012). My current work is on the culture of uncare, a culture that I argue works to sever our felt caring links with the environment and with each other (see Talks & Interviews).

I am a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society (BPAS), a Chartered Clinical Psychologist (BPS) and a founding member of the Climate Psychology Alliance (CPA).

What I do

I work in clinical practice as a psychoanalyst. I also write and talk on the psychology of climate change. I am consulted by different people and groups, and have given talks on climate change at venues in the UK and abroad. These people, groups and venues include:

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
European politicians and policy makers
World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
Wilderness Festival
Desert Lion Project
Royal Society of Arts
Theatre O
Invisible Dust
Adam Chodzko about his film Deep Above
Counterpoint
Open Society Foundation
OPUS: Encouraging the reflective citizen
New Citizen Project
University Depts (University College London (UCL), Bristol University, University of West of England (UWE), Birkbeck College; London Metropolitan, Sheffield and Leicester Universities)
Many psychotherapy organizations
British, European and American psychoanalytic organizations
Journalists
Lawyers

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