Horticultural Therapy Symposium

Horticultural therapy is defined as "the engagement of a client in horticultural activities facilitated by a trained therapist to achieve specific and documented treatment goals." American Horticultural Therapy Association

The goal of this symposium is to introduce healthcare professionals to the use of horticulture as a new therapeutic tool in their practice. Gardening is one of the most popular leisure activities in the United States. Attendees may participate in one or both days of this symposium.
Dr. Douglas Airhart, PhD, HTM, Derrick Stowell, MS, CTRS, Sherrye Winnett, HT,  and Ellen Wolfe, MS,  HT will show you how to bring plants and people together.


For a copy of the symposium brochure click here.


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Thursday, 26 June, 2014

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Derrick Stowell

Phone: 865-974-7151
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