Do you want to help promote people’s mental health through the power of nature? You might want to become certified as a Forest Therapy Practitioner.
The idea of ‘green mental health’ is nothing new: it’s been around since the 1980s, with the term first emerging in Japan.
What’s known as forest bathing has since caught on worldwide and is growing in popularity. However, the idea of finding solace in nature has been around for thousands of years.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of us have found comfort in nature and the great outdoors. You might have found it highly beneficial. Research has found that spending time in nature has many physiological benefits such as relaxation and stress reduction.
Forest therapy makes use of the many soothing elements of this type of environment, promoting all elements of a person’s health and wellbeing.
Are you interested in becoming certified in forest therapy?
Nádúr helps people from a wide range of backgrounds become certified as a Integrative Forest Therapy Practitioner.
Integrative Forest Therapy Practitioners can enhance someone’s quality of life during a disease or as an illness progresses. They also help with rehabilitation and recovery from problems like occupational burnout and mental or physical illness.
If you’re considering achieving a certificate in forest therapy, find out more about Nádúr. Or don’t hesitate to contact our team for more information.