Linda Riebel

Linda

Riebel

Linda Riebel

Adjunct Faculty

  • Creativity Studies

Department
CSS Transformative Social Change
Institution
Saybrook University
Office Phone
925-945-1785
Email
Biography

Originally a clinician with a private practice specializing in eating disorders, I am now affiliated with Transformative Social Change, where I teach courses on sustainability and ecopsychology, and with Creativity Studies, where I teach Creativity and Social Change. I also serve on thesis and dissertation committees on a wide range of topics.

My publications include journal articles, books on eating disorders and sustainable food, a biography, a policy paper on endangered species, and a thriller about stopping the smuggling of endangered species (the last under the pen name Lindsay Crane).

Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Psychology Subdisciplines - Clinical Psychology
Animal Rights
Social Change and the Arts
Transformative Social Change Sustainability and Ecology
Education History
Degree Institution Year
B.A. Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA 1967
M.A. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 1969
M.A. Goddard College, Plainfield, VT 1977
Ph.D. Saybrook University, Oakland, CA 1981
Licenses
Licensed Psychologist, California
Marriage and Family Therapist, California
Community Involvement
Role Organization
Board Member SaveNature.Org
Board Member (2008-2014) Sustainable Lafayette
Board Member Friends of Opera San Jose
Wildlife Education Volunteer Lindsay Wildlife Experience
Curriculum Vitae
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Publications
Books

Linda Riebel (2014). Irene Dalis: Diva, Impresaria, Legend. Lafayette, CA: Print and Pixel Books.

Linda Riebel (2011). The Green Foodprint: Food Choices for Healthy People and Planet.. Lafayette, CA: Print and Pixel Books.

Riebel, L. K. (2012). Endangered Species: Saving Them and Ourselves. Ann Arbor, MI: Animals and Society Institute.

Journals

Riebel, L. K. (2015). Creativity and the Long Emergency. Ecopsychology, 7 (4), 238-244.

Hiatt, K., Riebel, L. K., & Friedman, H. (2012). The need to treat childhood obesity with holistic methods.. The Humanistic Psychologist, 40 , 308-328.