Greensong offers tailored, inspiring experiences to deeply connect people with our natural world through ecopsychology practices, eco-art therapy, environment education, horticulture, and landscape design for the sustainability of self, community, and environment.



Sustainability of Self - Transitioning eco-anxiety & climate/ecological grief 

"I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order." 

John Burroughs


Expressions of Interest

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST. Survey to ascertain desired offerings. Info on the survey...

Greensong Kinship Spring Circle

FREE SEASONAL KINFOLK GATHERING. Gathering online 20th Oct after self guided practice. FREE

Covid, Climate and Connections

COVID & CLIMATE CHALLENGES. An opportunity for connections. Gathering online 26th Oct after self guided practice. Sliding scale $10-$30

Active Hope Study Group-FB long cover -B

Sept BOOKED OUT. REGISTER INTEREST (no obligation) Sliding scale $30-$120

Rediscovering Natures Abundance

SPRING PRACTICE Self-guided practice with optional FREE registration for Kinfolk Gathering online 20th Oct. Sliding scale $10-$30

Needle felt

SPIRIT DOLLS & TOTEMS. Needle felting including babies for the Irish Babog Project.

COVID update: Events with more than 2 people are currently restricted. 

Some of the current events contain a nature-reconnecting exercise to participate in prior to the online gathering. 

This is due to ecopsychology practices being about reconnecting with nature, and providing tools and experiences to explore and reflect so one senses belonging to our interconnected living systems. 

Please express interest in future offerings so we know what to work on offering according to demand.


Also join us for:

Online-a-thon with Judith Lucy for Climate for Change: Oct 1st (I'll be on about 7.30pm)

FREE EcoCentre Seminar Series - Nature reflections for wellbeing: Oct 8th online 6-7pm

Fern Leaves



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Melbourne, Australia


Greensong respectfully acknowledges the traditional people of the land and waters on which we live, work and play. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and pay respect to Elders past, present, and emerging. We also acknowledge with gratitude, the more-than-human beings within our world and seek respectful reciprocal relationships that benefit the whole.