Summer classes are full for the SDLC. Spaces still available for Fall 2019.
We added horticultural therapy sessions for Memory Care Residents at Sunshine Villa this past winter and participants are really enjoying the sessions.
Next California Horticultural Therapy Network meeting (CHTN, formerly HTAC) is on April 28th from 11am-3pm. Please checkout our Facebook page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/pg/californiahtnetwork/posts/?ref=notif
Nature contact may serve to supplement or augment medical treatment and therapy. Both passive exposure to landscapes and more active interactions with nature provide mental and physiological benefits that contribute to healing and therapy.
This is an excerpt from “Everything in Its Place,” a posthumous collection of writings by Dr. Sacks.
As a writer, I find gardens essential to the creative process; as a physician, I take my patients to gardens whenever possible. All of us have had the experience
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