Introduction to Therapeutic Horticulture
Learn to design garden-based activities that support the physical, mental and social health of individuals.
This course is designed to introduce participants to the growing field of Horticultural Therapy in which gardens and garden-based activities are designed to support the physical, mental and social health of individuals. Studies show that gardening is a valuable way to improve and maintain physical and mental health, bring communities together and aid rehabilitation. Gardens and garden-based activities are increasingly being used in settings and services such as hospitals, schools, Aged Care, Disability, Migrant settlement, Youth and Justice, and Mental Health.
To learn more about this workshop, find information on trainers, and view our refund policy, visit https://school.ceres.org.au/programs/introduction-to-therapeutic-horticulture/