We are on a vital, ongoing and committed journey towards anti-racism
One in four of us will directly experience a mental health problem.
Is it possible that therapeutic intervention can substantially reduce mental distress, and is available on our doorsteps? Should people with mental health challenges be given the opportunity to engage with therapeutic horticulture instead of, or in addition to, drugs and psychological therapy?
We believe the answer to all these questions is ‘yes’. The evidence base for eco-therapy is growing stronger and we have the personal stories to prove it.