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Trish Hildinger, HTR Registered Horticultural Therapist

Trish Hildinger, HTR Registered Horticultural Therapist

Trish Hildinger, HTR Registered Horticultural Therapist Trish Hildinger, HTR Registered Horticultural Therapist

Australian Care Farm Model

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Rooftop Gardens in Australia

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The Healing Power of Plants

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Open a Window

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CNN Staying Well

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Craig Hospital

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Studies in health care settings show a link between nature and healing.

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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.

Gardening on a psychiatric inpatient unit: Cultivating recovery

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Nature-related activities such as gardening and farming have been used as part of mental health treatment around the world for centuries and beginning about 200 years ago in the United States.

Yes! Magazine article on dirt

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Dirt Is Beautiful

By reconnecting with soil, we heal the planet and ourselves.

Leah Penniman

New York Times Opinion Oliver Sacks: The Healing Power of Gardens

New York Times Opinion
Oliver Sacks: The Healing Power of Gardens.

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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