How to Design a Therapeutic Garden
The Therapeutic Garden Design course is a programme designed to provide learners with the skills to create healing environments through art, nature, and community building.
The Therapeutic Garden Design course is a comprehensive programme designed to provide learners with the skills to create healing environments through art, nature, and community building. The course covers the principles of therapeutic garden design, including how to choose appropriate plants, materials, and structures, as well as how to incorporate art and music into the garden. From accessibility and safety to sensory stimulation and cultural sensitivity, you will learn how to design and evaluate therapeutic gardens that promote nature connection, social engagement, and personal growth for diverse populations.
What bonus benefits do I get with this course?
- Certification in Therapeutic Garden Design.
- 1-year access to expert lectures on FTHub: 40 hours of additional live online content offered by international experts.
- This mini-course together with an additional inscription in 2 other mini-courses qualifies you to apply for an FTHub 3-day In-person Immersive Training in Nature.
What will you learn?
In this course, you will learn introductory tools on how to design therapeutic gardens that enhance nature connection, improve physical and mental health, increase social engagement, and promote relaxation and stress reduction.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for a wide range of professionals, including gardeners, healthcare professionals, occupational therapists, social workers, and anyone interested in learning about the design and benefits of therapeutic gardens.