Wednesday, May 20 | 6:30pm - 9pm
Join us for an evening with Ed O’Malley to explore the benefits of Ecotherapy. Foster a deeper understanding of who we are by restoring our place in Nature and recognizing our interconnectedness with all of life. Ecotherapy involves cultivating a very personal relationship with nature, something that we seem to have lost over the years. In the process we come to appreciate how all life is sacred, which propels our own healing process. Ecotherapy teaches how to facilitate this reconnection, sharing it with others so that they may heal as well.
TGI’s Ecotherapy and Cultural Sustainability Certificate program is designed to be experiential, that is, participants are fully immersed in nature. We learn the wisdom of Indigenous elders, explore plant growth cycles and their medicines, study permaculture principles and other aspects of sustainable agriculture, and develop Nature practices that bring us closer to the land, and to each other. The curriculum offers a broad approach to explore our relationship with Nature, for those who are already therapists, some who are planning to start a practice or anyone looking to explore self-healing. We will meet you where you are and allow you to benefit from the full array of offerings while simultaneously carving out a niche for yourself in any area of Ecotherapy that you are passionate about.
Come, learn about how you can restore that deep awareness of Nature, and to teach others to do so.
Please click here to register.