ABOUT 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 to find deeper connections in their own lives, and to give more meaning and enjoyment to the activities of daily living.
The Mindful Ecotherapy Center trains professionals to facilitate the 12-week Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy (MBE) program. If you become certified as a MBE Facilitator, you will be listed for free in this directory.
Jennifer Owens, LCSW is the co-founder and Wellness director of Bridge Counseling and Wellness, an integrative mental health center in Louisville, Ky. She is a certified ecotherapist and provides outdoor therapy, nature connection groups and events and guided forest bathing walks. Her intention is to guide people to reconnect with the other than human world to restore inner and outer balance.www.bridgemindbody.com
Juniper Knowledge Systems
Currently offering seminars, trainings and workshops on Mindfulness, Ecotherapy, and Forest Bathing.
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The Mindful Ecotherapy Center
PO Box 102
Cleveland SC 29635
Open Table Sanctuary, Smyrna, Tennessee
Contact: Amanda Nowlin MA, LPC-MHSP temp, RYT- 200 yoga teacher cert., MEDIC SOLO dtWFA Wilderness First Aid Certified
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Open Table Sanctuary offers Ecotherapy for individuals, couples, and group counseling; Group Ecotherapy, Group Hiking Events, Full Day Ecotherapy Adventures, and Yoga
Open Table Sanctuary Farm will be open 2020. Details to come on website.
Henrik Hallgren is an eco-activist, storyteller and educator in ecopsychology. As such, he roams in the borderlands between politics, spirituality, ecology, poetry, and philosophy. In all his work, Henrik proceeds from the starting point and the conviction that climate change and other ecological crises is a symptom of a broader “culture of disconnection” and that we as a society has to involve in a deep cultural therapy to heal the relationship between humans and the rest of nature. Henrik is founder of Lodyn – a non-governmental organization and think tank engaged in ecopsychology, nature awareness and activism. He is author of several books and has an academic background in archaeology, social anthropology and museology.