Astrid Montuclard

Astrid Montuclard
California Institute of Integral Studies · Department of Counseling Psychology

Somatic Counseling Psychology
Developing somatic eco-psychology models and practices for individual and collective climate transition.

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Introduction
I'm currently focusing on the study and development of somatic eco-psychology models and practices fostering social, political, and ecological responsibility as well as resilience in individuals and groups amidst the climate crisis.

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Publications (3)
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Objective: There is a lack of qualitative research developing sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) warning labels with their intended end-users. We sought to identify promising SSB warning elements for improving label effectiveness and for future testing in policy and institutional settings. Design: Mixed-methods design using 10 focus groups, a design...
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Objective Based on eastern philosophy, mindfulness is becoming popular for human being’s mental health and well-being in western countries. In this study, we proposed to explore the effectiveness and potential pathway of mindfulness-based training (MBT) on Chinese Non-clinical higher education students’ cognition and emotion.MethodsA paired control...
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Objectives: To evaluate the effects of improved water location visibility and water dispenser position on the soda dispenser on undergraduate students' beverage choices. Methods: Two focus groups with pilot intervention surveys before and after, adding a small sign above the soda dispensers' water button for 6 weeks in a large US university's al...

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