Beth Collier

Beth Collier is the founder and director of Wild in the City, an organization supporting the well-being of people of color through connection with nature, offering experiences in woodland living skills, natural history, hiking and ecotherapy. Collier also is a Nature Allied Psychotherapist and ethnographer, teaching woodland living skills and natural history. As a therapist, she works exclusively in natural settings and has developed Nature Allied Psychotherapy as a modality for ongoing client work in allegiance with nature. As well as exploring your human social relationships, Nature Allied Psychotherapy creates the opportunity to explore your relationship with the natural world. Collier specializes in working with relational trauma in our connections with people and with nature. As a naturalist, her work aims to reignite the oral tradition for learning about nature within families and challenges racism within the environmental sector.

Beth Collier is the founder and director of Wild in the City, an organization supporting the well-being of people of color through connection with nature, offering experiences in woodland living skills, natural history, hiking and ecotherapy.

Collier also is a Nature Allied Psychotherapist and ethnographer, teaching woodland living skills and natural history. As a therapist, she works exclusively in natural settings and has developed Nature Allied Psychotherapy as a modality for ongoing client work in allegiance with nature. As well as exploring your human social relationships, Nature Allied Psychotherapy creates the opportunity to explore your relationship with the natural world.

Collier specializes in working with relational trauma in our connections with people and with nature. As a naturalist, her work aims to reignite the oral tradition for learning about nature within families and challenges racism within the environmental sector.