eeai | Volunteer
The eeai is a committed ‘not for profit’ community of both members and subscribers, who together introduce, support and promote the practice of professional ecopsychology and ecotherapy on the island of Ireland.
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Members and subscribers can volunteer with eeai in a variety of ways:

Volunteer on our committee


From time to time positions on our committee become open for volunteers to fill and will be advertised in our newsletter.

Help with a gathering


A lot of work goes into hosting any event, from finding suitable locations to health & safety, so helping hands are always welcome at our gatherings.

Contribute research


Ecopsychology & ecotherapy is rapidly growing with much studies and research emerging. We welcome and encourage researchers to undertake and share findings which will be of benefit to the eeai community.

Offer your skills


We welcome expertise, skills and knowledge you may have that could contribute to the development, growth and sustainability of the eeai.

Volunteer with us

Without the energetic and generous spirit of volunteerism which abounds amongst the eeai community – there could be no association.


The eeai is a not-for-profit association of people with a love of nature, a shared passion for eco-sustainability and its relationship with psychological well-being. We are always welcoming of volunteers who share our values.


Our volunteers hail from all quarters, are young (18+) and not so young and bring many and varied skills and kind presence to our eeai community.

Why volunteer?

Volunteering with the eeai community is an excellent way for professionals, students/graduates, as well as those who are simply interested and passionate about the field to gain a close-up introduction to ecopsychology and ecotherapy.


No matter if you’re a professional psychotherapist or an amateur walking enthusiast you will have something of value to offer through volunteering.