Nature-based Practice Training for Health and Education
Learn the knowledge and skills to take your educational and therapeutic practice outdoors. This course is led by experienced health and education nature practitioners.
Nature-based practice training for health and education empowers teachers and health and social care professionals to apply nature-based practice to educational and therapeutic settings.
You’ll learn a therapeutic nature-based model that meets your clients’ whole health: their mind, body, social and environmental relationships.
This experiential training supported by online materials, brings together best practice and theory from nature connection, forest skills, eco-psychology, embodiment, resilience, mental health and neuroscience to enable working with individuals and groups.
Who this training is for:
Professionals that support children, young people and adults in their care.
Nature-based practice training for health and education is for professionals who want to overcome barriers and get confidence and skills to adapt services to include natural urban and rural settings where appropriate.
Part 1: 6th – 8th October 2021 (Mill Woods, near Laughton, East Sussex)
Followed by a series of 6 webinars and a group session.
Part 2: 25th February 2022
Cost: £980 - EARLY BIRD OFFER: LIMITED PLACES ONLY UNTIL 31ST JULY £780
Course Director & Lead Facilitator: Marina Robb (MS, MSc, PGCE, Author)
Marina is a national expert in nature-based educational and therapeutic interventions. Marina also has extensive experience in the development of the Forest School movement, and is an endorsed trainer for the Forest School Association.