Tina Fields, Ph.D., was raised in the Great Basin desert in northern Nevada, USA. Once having learned to listen to those subtle voices, she dedicated her life to helping people come into more respectful, reciprocal, joyful and magical relationship with our kin in other sorts of bodies. Dr. Fields currently serves as full Professor in the Ecopsychology M.A. program in at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She has taught about the psychological, cultural, and spiritual dimensions of sustainability issues since 1999, including five years of living and learning fully outdoors. She is co-editor of So What? Now What? The Anthropology of Consciousness Responds to a World in Crisis. She is also an accomplished visual and performing artist (contra dance caller, songleader, storyteller), and a scholar/practitioner of latter-day Druidry. She is an active member of the Wilderness Guides Council, and is ACISTE certified for working with spiritually transformative experiences.
International Ecopsychology Society - IES is a non-profit association that brings together professionals from different fields, committed to personal, relational and environmental awareness. The association aims to support, disseminate and promote Ecopsychology, its applications and the professional figure of the Ecotuner.