The FTHub Method is a practical tool for designing mindful nature connection activities and planning them in various sequences to promote nature connectedness under the theoretical principles of human-nature interaction, scientific evidence and the conceptual framework of Planetary Health.
Train yourself with FTHub: integrate the FTHub Method, the Liquid Interactions Model and the various sequences of activities.
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Train as a Forest Bathing Guide or Forest Therapy Practitioner.
Xavier Roget is passionate about his profession, nature and interpersonal relationships. “I’m like one of those crazy people,” he says, and indeed he has been revolutionizing the management of natural parks since long ago with a model based on innovation, communication “bridges” and alliances that turn into friendships. A Forestry Engineer, Tourism and Culture Advisor
Meet Nevin in first person, a leading international Adventure Therapy researcher, guide and professor. Nevin Harper, PhD, RCC, Professor at the University of Victoria (Canada), a career outdoor educator, wilderness guide, youth worker and registered clinical counsellor. He presents internationally on outdoor therapies as a researcher, author, trainer and consultant. He is also an FTHub
Dr. Anne Rabes and Jan Schmidt are both Project Managers at the “International Certification Office Healing Forest”, which is operated by BioCon Valley® GmbH. BioCon Valley® is the network of the health economy and life science in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, and co organizer of the IV International Congress “Forests and its Potential for Health” in Luso/Portugal.