March 2021 Newsletter

MINDFUL ECOTHERAPY CENTER NEWSMindful Moments SeriesIn January of 2021, the Mindful Ecotherapy Center launched a new web-based video series called “Mindful Moments.” In this series, the Director of the Mindful Ecotherapy Center, Chuck Hall, guides you through some of the basic skills of mindfulness and ecotherapy.To be informed when new episodes are available, subscribe to the Mindful Ecotherapy … Read more

December 2020 Newsletter

SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTER MINDFUL ECOTHERAPY CENTER NEWS Last month we announced that due to Covid19 and the subsequent loss of revenue from our live workshops, we would be making the decision as to whether or not to continue the work of the center. I’m happy to announce that after some re-structuring we’ve decided to … Read more

Ecoplay for ADHD

Ecoplay for ADHD

Outdoor play has been demonstrated to be effective in treating a wide variety of disorders and behavioral issues. One of the most effective applications of outdoor play lies in the treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Later this year, the Mindful Ecotherapy Center will be releasing our eight-week Ecoplay program. Ecoplay teaches parents how to … Read more

MBE Facilitator Training – May 2020

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Our LIVE Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Facilitator Training for 2020 has been scheduled! Keep reading for details! Click here to purchase tickets for this course What is Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy? Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy (MBE) is a blending of Mindfulness and Ecotherapy. MBE uses nature to facilitate mindful awareness. MBE is used as a framework for helping individuals and families … Read more

FREE Continuing Education – 2 hours

The Mindful Ecotherapy Center is currently working towards status as an Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) with the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). As a part of this process, I’m offering a free course for mental health professionals. Two free continuing education hours in Suicide Risk Assessment and Prevention are now available for mental … Read more

Upgrade Completed – Courses Back Online!

NBCC ACEP #7022 Online Continuing Education

In January of this year we added a new Learning Management System in an effort to make access to our courses easier. Unfortunately, we chose LearnPress, a very buggy LMS with little or no support. As a result of this poor choice, many students were reporting having difficulty accessing course materials and/or getting certificates printed. … Read more

Terms and Conditions

THESE TERMS These terms and conditions govern the way in which we supply products to you, including any courses created by the Mindful Ecotherapy Center, its partners, or its representatives. Please read these terms carefully before you submit your order to us. These terms tell you who we are, how we will provide products to … Read more

New and Improved Courses Coming in 2019!

Starting in early 2019 we will be adding functionality to our online course modules. This new functionality will allow certificates of completion to be automatically generated when you complete a course. Certificates will be available from each course page as courses are completed. The new courseware will offer a multitude of interactive formats, including video … Read more

MBE Program Coming this Spring

Click here for an overview of the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy(MBE) Program I’m pleased to announce that I have partnered with the Stress Management Center at the Fernview Center for Wellbeing in Anderson, South Carolina to present the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy program. This 12-week program will begin in the spring of 2019. I will also be offering therapy … Read more

What is Ecotherapy?

For most of its existence homo sapiens has lived in harmony with nature as hunter/gatherers. Such a lifestyle requires a vast knowledge of the seasons, and of the patterns and habits of wildlife, and of plants and herbs and their healing powers. Industrialization and urbanization are fairly recent phenomena on an evolutionary scale. We still … Read more