Thrive: Using Social and Therapeutic Horticulture to Support Children and Young People

With an increasing concern for the mental well-being of children, social and therapeutic horticulture can promote healthy living, self-esteem and confidence.

Participants on this two-day course will understand the theory of using social and therapeutic horticulture with children and learn practical approaches to using gardens for engagement and well-being.

Create therapeutic programmes aimed at addressing individual and group needs and explore the use of assessment in social and therapeutic horticulture with children in diverse settings.

Suitable for: Health & Social Care professionals and anyone involved with children and young people’s health and wellbeing.

Dates: Monday 14th to Tuesday 15th October 2019

Time: 10am to 4pm (9:30am registration on the first day)

Cost: from £270

For more information or to book: please visit their website or email Thrive on

Early booking is advised. There are only 15 places available and a high level of interest is anticipated.

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