Learning Objectives for Webinars:
#1 List five categories of ecotherapy and describe one basic technique within each category.
#2 Describe three indoor ecotherapy practices appropriate for individual clients.
#3 Explain how to assess and prepare a client for practicing outdoor ecotherapy.
#4 Describe three steps of an outdoor ecotherapy session for an individual.
#5 Describe the four parts of The Work that Reconnects spiral used to express and work through eco-grief, eco-anxiety and climate change issues.
#6 Explain six of the steps of a well-designed outdoor ecotherapy group.
#7 Explain the difference between practicing Level 1 and Level 2 ecotherapy and list two characteristics of each level.
#8 Explain two reasons why being in nature is healing for youth and two appropriate outdoor interventions to use with them.
Learning Objectives Live Class:
#1 Apply a respectful, relational protocol that acknowledges the indigenous people of the land when introducing yourself and the lands you are practicing on.
#2 Describe how to integrate ecotherapy assessment questions into your existing assessment process in indoor settings.
#3 Describe how to assess a client’s clinical readiness to receive outdoor ecotherapy.
#4 Explain the practical, legal and ethical issues involved in an outdoor ecotherapy session.
#5 Explain how to use the four parts of The Work that Reconnects spiral in clinical practice to address eco-grief, eco-anxiety and climate change related issues.
#6 Apply six of the steps for outdoor ecotherapy workshops in a workshop outline for your client population.