Our services consist of group or one-on-one, year-round sessions using plants or natural materials to meet the goals and objectives of the client. Activity examples include propagating cuttings, germinating seeds and tending them on an ongoing basis; planning, planting, and harvesting an herb garden; crafting plant material; making self-care products from plant bases.
Our programs can have a vocational, physical rehabilitation, or social/emotional wellness focus. These three styles frequently overlap with one another, with the ability to adjust the emphasis. They are often incorporated into an established therapeutic program, for example with a team of case managers, social workers, recreational therapists, physical therapists and/or occupational therapists.
Therapeutic garden design is a passion of ours. We are available to help implement therapeutic, universal design elements into a garden, or landscape.
We provide horticultural therapy in-service presentations for organizations, schools and health care facilities that want to explore therapeutic horticulture as an option within their therapeutic programming.