ELIZABETH HAASE, MD
PSYCHIATRIST, PROFESSOR, ADVOCATE
BREAKING THROUGH ANXIETY TO ACTION: Addressing Eco-Anxiety in a Changing World
Climate mental health advocate, Dr. Haase, talks about the effects of climate change on mental health and empowers us to find a path of action in our own lives.
Dr. Haase is Medical Director of Behavioral Health at Carson-Tahoe Regional Medical Center and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Nevada in Reno. In her other time, she works on raising awareness of climate mental health impacts, through writing, presentations, and advocacy with the Climate Psychiatry Alliance. Current projects include papers on working with climate anxiety in psychotherapy and how suicide may be associated with climate change, and continued work on her film about preparing children for their climate future, Frogs in a Pot, with Jessica Haller and Jon Felix.
Carley is the self-care coach and author behind the book and digital course, Boundaries with Soul™.
After years of people-pleasing in the corporate fashion industry in New York City, she finally realized there was more to life than being a chronic yes-woman. By practicing transformational self-care, she gained more confidence and discovered that by making her needs a priority, real happiness would soon follow.
Carley is the host of the You Time™ Podcast, and her work has been featured on major media outlets such as MindBodyGreen, Bustle, Hello Giggles, and Elite Daily.
'WHEN YOU HAVE A REAL ANXIETY SITUATION, YOU NEED TO RESPOND TO IT WITH ACTION AND REAL CHANGES IN YOUR BEHAVIOR"
Frogs In A Pot, formally entitled ‘And Then The Climate Changed’, is a feature length documentary about the impact of climate change on children. The film follows the story of two women who fear the real and emotional impact of the consequences of climate change on their children.