Click here to listen to the interview by staff from NAMI-Maine with ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt on how to build community to assist traumatized adults and youth after the mass shooting in Lewiston Maine.
Click here to hear an interview with ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt on Jefferson Public Radio. The interview was on November 30, 2023 and focused on the need to prepare people everywhere for the social, psychological, and emotional impacts of the climate crisis by building population mental wellness and resilience.
Click here to listen to a short Authors Show interview with ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt about his new book Preventing and Healing Climate Traumas: A Guide to Building Resilience and Hope in Communities
The Hill magazine publishes Op-ED on the need to address the mental health impacts of climate change and the Community Mental Wellness and Resilience Act of 2023
Read the article by ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt written for the Society of Environmental Journalists about why reporters should investigate the mental health impacts of the climate emergency
View the ITRC Webinar and Podcast Given to Organic Intelligence®
On April 12, 2023 ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt gave a webinar to members of Organic Intelligence®. A replay of that free webinar is available on the OI YouTube Channel.
Also, the following week Bob appeared on an Organic Intelligence® End of Trauma Podcast found here: >> Click here to listen to the new podcast with Bob Doppelt <<
Undark Magazine Publishes ITRC Article on Need to Address Collective Climate Traumas
The article can be found here: https://undark.org/2021/06/24/climate-emergency-calls-for-new-approach-to-mental-health/
Voice of America Resiliency Within Show with Elaine Miller-Karas interviews ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt – Click here to hear the full interview
The Hill Magazine Publishes ITRC OPED Calling on Congress and Biden Administration to Address the Mental Health Impacts of the Climate Emergency
Listen to ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt Interviewed by Awakening Joy Founder James Baraz
James Baraz has taught mindfulness meditation since 1978 and is co-founder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. He is co-author of two books Awakening Joy: 10 Steps to Happiness and Awakening Joy for Kids. James has taught the Awakening Joy course to over 15,000 people. James and ITRC Coordinator Bob Doppelt have known each other for over 30 years and lead in-person and online retreats together at Spirit Rock. James Interviewed Bob as part of his “Conversations with the Wise” series.
The interview can be found here: https://awakeningjoy.info/conversationsDoppelt.php