Nature-based Therapy

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Ecology, Nature & Garden

Health

Self-help / Psychology

David Segal

Kathryn Rose

Nevin Harper

New Society Publisher

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6 x 9”
240 Pages

Language of origin

A Practitioner’s Guide to Working Outdoors with Children, Youth, and Families

The number of children, youth, and families seeking help for a wide range of mental health concerns is growing at an alarming rate, and many struggle to thrive despite well-intentioned interventions from skilled helpers.

Nature-Based Therapy explores the importance of moving therapy outside the limitations of the traditional office with the goal of inspiring kids and families to unplug and connect into the web of life — a powerful antidote to the highly technological and fast-paced realities of modern Western society. Coverage includes:

–  Developing sensory awareness and attunement to both the outer and inner landscapes
–  Navigating risk and challenge in outdoor play
–  Applications of nature-based therapy to individual counselling, family therapy, group work, and school settings
–  Case examples with a diverse range of settings, intentions, and interventions.

Nature-Based Therapy is for counselors, therapists, youth and social workers, educators, and parents working in educational and therapeutic settings who want to take their practice beyond the office walls and into the powerful terrain of the wild, partnering with nature as a co-facilitator to create lasting change.

David Segal

David Segal holds a Master’s degree in Child and Youth Care from the University of Victoria and is registered with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. He lives and practices in Victoria, Canada. humannaturecounselling.ca

Kathryn Rose

Kathryn Rose holds a Master’s degree in Transpersonal Counselling Psychology, with a specialization in Wilderness Therapy, and is registered with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. Kathryn lives and practices in Victoria, Canada. humannaturecounselling.ca

Nevin Harper

Dr.Nevin J.Harper is an Associate Professor at the School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria. He is the founder of the Canadian Adventure Therapy Symposium. He lives on Vancouver Island, Canada.
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