Towards an Ecopsychotherapy. Confer Books, 2020.

Interview with Mary-Jayne Rust by Liz Evans for Dumbo Feather, Australia. 2018.

Nature: Truth and Reconciliation Analysis and Activism Eds Emijlia Kiehl, Mark Saban, Andrew Samuels Routledge 2015

Eros, Animal and Earth Self and Society, International Journal for Humanistic Psychology. Guest Ed Totton, N Vol 41 No 4 Summer 2014

Daring to Dream? The Grounding of Ecopsychology in Public Debate, Global Alliance, Language and Practice Ecopsychology Journal March 6 (1) 48-50 2014

Vital Signs: Psychological Responses to Ecological Crisis. Eds Mary-Jayne Rust & Nick Totton. Karnac Books 2012

An Interview with Mary-Jayne Rust by Nancy Eichhorn Somatic Psychotherapy Today Spring 2012 Pp 62-3

Double Vision: The Gestalt of our Environmental Crisis. (text and recording) Marianne Fry Lecture, Bristol. 2011.

AUDIO: Ecopsychology: Shadow and Transformation. Lecture Schumacher College

Nature as Subject: Exploring Anthropocentrism. Lecture at Confer conference: Landscapes of the Mind, Eden Project, Cornwall. Sept 25-27, 2009. (All conference papers now published in British Holistic Medical Association Journal  £10 (plus £1 p&p) contact BHMA office [email protected])

Resilience of the Heart Public Lecture at Transition Conference, London. 2009.

Why and How do Therapists Become Ecotherapists? in Ecotherapy: Pscyhe and Nature in a Circle of Healing  Eds Buzzell, L and Chalquist, C  San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 2009  

Consuming the Earth: Unconscious Processes in Relation to Our Environmental Crisis. Keynote Lecture for Climate of Change conference, Bristol. 2008.

Nature Hunger.  Counselling Psychology Review Vol 23:2 May 2008

In Search of the Wild Self: Living on the Edge in an Age of Extremes. Lecture for Conference: The Soul’s Challenge – Between Hope and Anguish in a Time of Planetary Crisis. 4 – 8 August, 2008 Canterbury UK .

Climate on the Couch: unconscious processes in relation to our environmental crisis. Guild of Psychotherapists Annual Lecture, London. November 17th 2007. Published in Psychotherapy and Politics International  6(3): 157-170 2008

The Breast Milk of the Inuit Mother: a tale of micro and macro-cosm, shadow and light. Chapter in ‘The Politics of Psychotherapy’, ed N. Totton. Open Univ Press,  2006.

Ecolimia Nervosa? Article for BACP Journal ‘Therapy Today’, Dec 2005 Vol 16 No 10: 11- 15  2006.

Psychology for a Change: from Inertia to Inspiration for Action. Schumacher Lecture, Bristol. 2005.

Making the Sea Change: from Chaos and Inertia to Creativity. Keynote speech for PCSR (Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility) Conference 2005. Published in PCSR Journal 2005.

Ecopsychology: Seeking Health in an Ailing World  Resurgence 2004

Creating a Psychotherapy for a Sustainable Future  Psychotherapy and Politics International Vol 1 No 3 March 2004

Journey into the Wilds of Africa Transformations, PCSR Journal 2002

From Terrorism to Trust  in ‘Something to Believe In’ eds M. McIntosh, R. Shah & D. Murphy. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf 2003.

CONSUMERISM AND BEING CONSUMED  in Eating Disorders – A multi-professional Perspective.  Ed. T. Hindmarch. Whurr, 2000

BRINGING THE MAN INTO THE ROOM: Art Therapy Groupwork with Women with Eating Problems in ‘Arts Therapies and Clients with Eating Disorders’  Ed Ditty Doktor  London: Jessica Kingsley, 1995

ART THERAPY AND EATING PROBLEMS  ‘A Handbook on Art Therapy’.  Eds. D. Waller and A. Gilroy Bucks, UK:  Open University Press, 1992

IMAGES AND EATING PROBLEMS  in ‘Fed Up and Hungry’  Ed. M. Lawrence. London: Women’s Press, 1988.