This course provides an opportunity to explore, ecopsychology concepts and practices in the, context of a multi-day outdoor experience. Topics, include backcountry safety, outdoor leadership,, wilderness philosophy and conservation, benefits, of immersion in natural settings and retreats from, modern technologies, multicultural rites of, passage, and techniques for mental health and, substance abuse treatment. The course typically, features an off-campus weeklong or multi-weekend, residential format with activities such as tent, camping, day or overnight hiking, mindfulness and, team building exercises, rock climbing and river, rafting. Equipment provided. Outdoor experience, not required. There is course fee.