Therapeutic Horticulture for Mental Health


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A growing body of evidence supports the use of horticulture for psychological well-being. Discover how therapeutic horticulture can be a preventative practice for all people in dealing with the stressors of the modern world and how it can be integrated into more formal behavioral health programs. Explore approaches using plants and gardening that can positively impact the healing process of mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, and substance abuse.

Textbooks are not included in cost.

Prerequisite(s):
Introduction to Therapeutic Horticulture

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