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Forest Bathing: A Virtual Journey through Integrative Imagery
with Terry Reed, RN, MS

Research shows that both imagery and forest bathing are recognized as an effective disease prevention strategy that reduces stress and supports the immune system. In this workshop, led by Forest Nature Therapy Imagery guide, Terry Reed, we will renew and deepen our relationship to the more than human world of nature.  “The forest is the therapist, and the guide opens the doors.” The transformation comes as each participant responds with their own unique images,  sensations and healing to imaginal invitations and responses to what they notice.

1.5 Contact Hours provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (provider #16504) and continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Approval #138749 

Terry Reed, RN, MS is a pioneering certified holistic nurse educator, certified nature and forest therapy guide, and author. She continues to teach health care professionals to apply the power of imagery for health and healing. From 1996 to 2009 she co-founded/co-directed the Certificate Program in Integrative Imagery, through Beyond Ordinary Nursing, training and certifying hundreds of health professionals nationwide. Terry has also been successful in incorporating imagery services in a hospital-wide program bringing stress management, surgery preparation and imagery to patients, staff and the community. In 2008, she co-authored Guided Imagery and Beyond: Stories of Healing and Transformation, an anthology showcasing the diverse benefits and applications of imagery. Terry currently has a private practice in imagery and will be extending her practice as a Forest Nature Therapy Guide into health care.

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