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Dec 17, 2010
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I'm pleased to introduce my new book - Owl Winks and Forest Songs - Finding Wellness Through Earth's Wisdom

Hi everyone, I've just written a fun, interactive book designed to get children and adults talking with Nature again. With child-friendly text and whimsical original drawings, I teach about the 53 senses that we inherit from the Earth and explain the steps of a simple method for using them to communicate with Nature.  The book has some short, simple exercises to illustrate points as well as 16 special pages to write dialogs with 16 illustrated animals. Each page begins with an inspirational…See More
Dec 16, 2010
Theresa Sweeney left a comment for Dennis Millay
"Hi Dennis, I just found this wonderful site and saw a blurb from you that you are chairman of a Nature Library. Wishing there was a place like that in my area. I just wrote a book - Owl Winks and Forest Songs- Finding Wellness in Nature's…"
Feb 25, 2010
Theresa Sweeney left a comment for Suz Lipman
"Hi Suz, I am glad I found you guys too! This seems like a wonderful networking opportunity. I look forward to meeting other folks here and sharing ideas and projects. Theresa"
Feb 25, 2010
Suz Lipman left a comment for Theresa Sweeney
"Hi Theresa! Welcome to C&NN. I'm glad you found us. Your background is quite interesting. I look forward to rich contributions from you as you make your way around our forum, and I hope you find our network a continued source of resources…"
Feb 25, 2010
Theresa Sweeney is now a member of C&NN Connect
Feb 24, 2010

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Dr.
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Project NatureConnect
Bio
Theresa Sweeney, a pioneeer of Eco-Art Therapy, has a passionate connection with nature and its healing possibilities. From early on, she pursued experiences which nurtured her artistic talent and love for the outdoors, foreshadowing her life’s work, using art to help people reconnect with Nature.
Dr. Sweeney earned her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York. She has more than twelve years of corporate experience. She earned her MS and Ph.D. in Applied Ecopsychology from Akamai University, in Hilo, Hawaii, and the Doctor of Education from San Juan de la Cruz in Costa Rica. Today, Dr. Sweeney is a renowned Ecopsychology Consultant, giving workshops using art activities to help people and businesses regain wellness and identity with the earth.
She authored and illustrated a book, Owl Winks and Forest Songs: Finding wellness through Nature’s wisdom, writes a reconnecting with Nature newspaper column, and is a contributor to Gatherings, an online Ecopsychology field journal. Her wildlife artwork is owned around the USA and has won numerous awards. She donated 30 original paintings to the Jack Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Jupiter, Fla. Dr. Sweeney is a volunteer speaker for local radio and various organizations and is currently serving as Dean of the Applied Ecopsychology Institute at Akamai.
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http://www.callofthewilddesigns.com
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http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=791708164

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At 6:02pm on October 7, 2010, jessica said…
Greetings dear,
My name is jessica,
and i just read your profile,
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that you might be of good person to me,
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At 11:55am on February 25, 2010, Suz Lipman said…
Hi Theresa! Welcome to C&NN. I'm glad you found us. Your background is quite interesting. I look forward to rich contributions from you as you make your way around our forum, and I hope you find our network a continued source of resources and camaraderie. Cheers!
 
 
 

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