PhD, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology
Lori Pye’s background consists of nonprofit executive management and academic instruction.
As an environmentalist, Dr. Pye worked with international NGO’s to co-develop the
Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape Corridor with the Ministers of the Environment from
Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama, and Ecuador. She has led international conferences on
diverse issues as Nature and Human Nature, Changing Perspectives, The Mythology of Violence,
and The Aesthetic Nature of Change.
Dr. Pye teaches Ecopsychology
at the University of California in Santa Barbara (UCSB), Ecology Concepts and Applications for Ecopsychology
at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, Human Ecology and Sustainable Global Management
at Antioch University and Myth, Literature & Religious Studies
at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is on the Editorial Board for Ecopsychology
Journal. Dr. Pye is the Director for the Institute for Cultural Change at www.instituteforculturalchange.org