1. PECP Online Class 1

    • OBJECTIVES:

      • Developing your own Nature Connection and identify the crucial need of this for ecotherapists clinical practice.
      • Learn about the importance of reciprocity and right relationship with Nature and the sites you select for ecotherapy sessions.
      • Learn the elements needed for a good outdoor ecotherapy site;
        • Site considerations, ethical, safety, legal, client-site assessments.
        • Considerations of indoor ecotherapy activities.
      • Review learning from the 8-day immersion
        • Other subjects of empirically founded information which, provides the therapist the ability to safely manage the environment in which clients do therapy.
        • Understanding that one has a deep emotional connection to a place and deep understanding of the cycles of that place this knowledge can be transferred to another individual.
    • Thank you for choosing Nature as your co-therapist.

      Please submit your quiz answers.

  2. PECP Online Class 2

    • OBJECTIVES

      • Ability to name four indoor ecotherapy tools
      • Learn the pros/cons of indoor vs. outdoor sessions and justifications for outdoor work
      • Know the key elements to the effective use of imaginal connection with nature
      • Be able to describe the neuroscience and neuroplasticity theory that explains why using imaginal nature connection is effective
      • Read and be able to cite two research papers validating indoor ecotherapeutic modalities
    • Thank you for choosing Nature as your co-therapist.

      Please submit your quiz answers.

  3. PECP Online Class 3

    • OBJECTIVES

        Learn the clinical opportunities, challenges and special considerations of working ecotherapeutically with "the following client populations":

      • Children
      • Teens
      • Addictions/Chemically Dependent
      • Depression & Anxiety
    • Thank you for choosing Nature as your co-therapist.

      Please submit your quiz answers.

  4. PECP Online Class 4

    • Objectives

      • Define Trauma from a somatic, nature-based perspective
      • Learn how to identify the appearance of traumatic activation
      • Learn why we must work differently with trauma than with developmental issues
      • Distinguish between trauma resolution work and trauma ‘first aid’
      • Be able to identify 4 tools for outdoor-based ecotherapy trauma healing work
    • Thank you for choosing Nature as your co-therapist.

      Please submit your quiz answers.