Shinrin Yoku in Clinical Practice

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  • Media Time: 50 Minutes
This course will introduce the practice of Shinrin Yoku (forest bathing or forest therapy), briefly review the research and benefits, describe the key components of forest bathing, and introduce clinical applications for general and specific presenting issues.

Through videos and guided practices, you'll be able to experience forest bathing invitations that are adapted for clinical settings.

Juniper Owens

LCSW, CPT, LMT, IMHP
Co-Founder, Director, and Social Worker

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Juniper has an extensive background in holistic health and wellness as a licensed massage therapist and personal trainer. During her basic herbalist training at the Australasian College of Health Sciences, they received education on essential oils, herbs, advanced anatomy and physiology classes, and holistic stress management treatment.

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Juniper has used the Academy's 3-Core Integrative approach for years, specializing in the treatment of anxiety and chronic stress. Juniper is greatly passionate about environmental justice and nature connection; she is a certified ecotherapist, Yasei Shinrin Yoku guide, and nature connection guide. Additionally, they are a Work That Reconnects facilitator and a Wild Mind apprentice at the Animas Valley Institute.