The Well-Gardened Mind – Webinar With Sue Stuart-Smith 3/27/2021

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Sue Stuart-Smith & book coverRemembering the one-year mark of the pandemic and in celebration of National Horticultural Therapy Week, please join the Mid-Atlantic Horticultural Therapy Network & The New York Botanical Garden for a special presentation:

“Sue Stuart Smith and The Well-Gardened Mind”

March 27, 2021, at 10 a.m. EST

Sue Stuart Smith, acclaimed author of “The Well-Gardened Mind” will expound on the themes of her bestseller book, sensitively demonstrating the healing power of nature and gardening to change people’s lives.

Sue’s experience as a psychiatrist, psychoanalytic psychotherapist, and gardener-woven together with her research of history, psychology, anthropology, and current neuroscience-have created a deeply insightful and relevant body of work that can benefit everyone. Practitioners and students of therapeutic horticulture are sure to find special inspiration and validation in this timely presentation, which will be followed by a Q&A session.

This event has a $10 registration fee, with all proceeds going to organizations supporting immediate Covid relief efforts. Registration is limited to 100 participants and will close on March 25.

Visit the MAHTN Calendar of Events for details and registration.