Workshop/Seminar, Guest Speaker

The Well-Gardened Mind


Restorative Power of Nature & Gardens

Monday 4 March 10:45am                                                                   

A one-day symposium that aims to raise awareness of how gardens, and a return to nature, can play a major role in the treatment of mental health and other health issues.

Keynote Speaker, Dr Sue Stuart-Smith from the UK, is a prominent psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and author of the book, The Well-Gardened Mind. Her book describes her research into how gardens, involvement in horticulture, and a return to nature, can improve a participant’s physical, emotional and social wellbeing.

Sue will be joined by Australian presenters, Steven Wells (Austin Health) and Tanya Bearup (My Garden Space); both specialists in evidence-based, ethical, and person-centred horticultural therapy. A panel discussion with all 3 speakers will finish the day.

Delegates will be able to gain practical knowledge on how they can apply this drug-free practice to patients under their support and care.

For more information: warragulgardenclub.org

Duration: 4 hours and 30 minutes including breaks

Full: $50
Concession: $35
Tertiary Students: $35

    • $50.00
    • 4 March 2024
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    West Gippsland Arts Centre

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