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Lorraine Fish, PhD

Antioch University Online

Dr. Fish’s professional counseling work includes private Ecocounselling practice in the UK, private Ecotherapy practice in the US, and Stonewall Recovery Services. She set in motion a volunteer organization called Frontline Therapy for the WTO protesters in Seattle, WA. She is author of the book, Nature, Culture, and Abnormal Appetites: An Ecopsychological Analysis of Addiction.

“I live in the UK, I am mad about dogs (I have a very smart Border Collie with a vocabulary of at least 150 words or phrases), and I am very interested in how humans and canines developed alongside each other.”

Educational History

  • PhD, The Union Institute and University, Interdisciplinary Studies (Ecopsychology & Addiction)
  • MA, Antioch University Seattle, Psychology/Ecopsychology
  • BA, Antioch University Seattle, Liberal Arts/Counseling
  • AA, Seattle Central Community College, Social and Human Services (Addiction Counseling)
  • O Levels, Filton College, Bristol, G.B., English, English Literature, Sociology

Lorraine Fish

Affiliate Faculty,

Undergraduate Studies


Courses Taught

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Academic Research and Writing
  • Applied Ecopsychology
  • Behavioral Physiology*
  • Caring for the Aging*
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Community Engagement and Service Learning*
  • Critical Thinking in Professional and Academic Writing
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Ecological Sustainability
  • Ecology of Human Development*
  • Ecopsychology
  • Environmental Philosophy
  • General Psychology
  • Introduction to Clinical Psychology
  • Introduction to Counseling
  • Philosophical Perspectives on Environment & Community
  • Psychology of Human Relations
  • Psychology of Environmental Problems
  • Social Psychology
  • Theories of Personality

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