Join us for both our ‘Growing Roots’ Online Practitioner Training and our “In Leaf” Practicum training to be part of our growing community of practitioners!
Create your own bundle at a discounted price, by selecting the Growing Roots training and the In Leaf Practicum choosing between locations.
Our ‘Growing Roots’ training is designed to give you the necessary knowledge, foundations and skills to safely move your practice into nature. This course has been carefully crafted and designed to provide you with strong ‘roots’ to grow your nature-based practice.
If you are looking for a clinical model to ground your help and support to others; or the latest evidence for the health and well-being benefits of nature; or the stepping stones to move your practice into your local nature space… then this is the course for you.
The course is 12 weeks long and has more than 25 hours of mixed-media learning material to suit diverse learning styles. We encourage you to follow along week-by-week but you can follow along at your own pace in a way that suits your learning needs and lifestyle. You will have access to this course for 12 months.
We will also support you through 3 check-in webinars with our EcoSensory Tutors (Co-Founders and Clinical Leads in the field of Occupational Therapy and Clinical Psychology).
During the “In Leaf” Training you will join us for a two-day immersive training in the great outdoors. Put into practice everything you learnt in the ‘Growing Roots’ Online Practitioner Training to develop your confidence in using the EcoSensory Therapy model of practice.
Within this 2-day training you will receive:
- 14 hours immersed in beautiful woodland settings
- First-hand experience of nature-based activities that promote regulation, healing and well-being
- An opportunity to put into practice everything you learned in the online practitioner training
On completion of the training course, we aim to ensure that you have the understanding, confidence and practical tools to begin to use the EcoSensory Therapy model of practice within your work and support to others (children, young people or adults; individuals or groups).