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Therapeutic Horticulture has a range of therapeutic and mental benefits to those that take part. Staff use gardening, plants and horticulture to help individuals develop in terms of their social, emotional and mental health.
Arts, Crafts and Baking
Expressive Arts Therapy
This includes participating in music, drama, dance, or other art programmes helps learners release pent-up emotions, manage stress, improve mood and resolve conflicts. These interventions offer tools and skills for lifelong success and fulfilment, by allowing learners a creative outlet for their emotions.
Therapist work includes using horses to develop people skills and social and emotional wellbeing.
An intensive 1:1 technique that comprises the therapeutic use of trampolines to provide opportunities for movement, exercise and recreation for people with additional needs