Planting Hope

Planting Hope

Therapeutic Gardening and Emotional Health

Recorded Saturday 6 November 2021

With Ozichi Brewster, Mike Morgan, Sue Stuart-Smith and Dr Maggie Turp

CPD Credits: 4.5 hours

Saturday 6 November 2021 has been declared a Global Day of Action for Climate Justice in which communities all around the world will come together to build power for systems change; at COP26 the theme for this date is ‘Nature: Ensuring the importance of nature and sustainable land use are part of global action on climate change and a clean, green recovery.’ Planting Hope is Confer’s contribution to this day of action, and we are inviting psychotherapists and others to join us in thinking about food, soil, land equity, and the balance of our relationship with the earth in the wider context of the environmental crisis.

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