The profession and practice of horticultural therapy / edited by Rebecca L. Haller, Karen L. Kennedy, Christine L. Capra.

Contributor(s): Haller, Rebecca L [editor.] | Kennedy, Karen, 1963- [editor.] | Capra, Christine L [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2019]Description: xxi, 358 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cmISBN: 1138308692; 9781138308695; 9781138308749; 1138308749Subject(s): Gardening -- Therapeutic use | Horticultural therapyLOC classification: RM735.7.G37 | H35 2019NLM classification: 2019 F-206 | WB 890
Contents:
Introduction to the profession of horticultural therapy / Christine L. Capra, Rebecca L. Haller, and Karen L. Kennedy -- Horticultural therapy, related people-plant programs, and other therapeutic disciplines / Rebecca L. Haller and Karen L. Kennedy -- The therapist-client relationship / Jay Stone Rice -- Development of the profession : assets and issues / Rebecca L. Haller and K. René Malone -- People-plant response : theoretical support for horticultural therapy / Beverly J. Brown -- Brain, mind, and relationship : implications for horticultural therapy / Jay Stone Rice -- Theories that inform horticultural therapy practice / Matthew J. Wichrowski -- Therapeutic model / Jonathan Irish and Pamela Young -- Vocational model / Gwenn Fried and Rebecca L. Haller -- Horticultural therapy grounded in wellness models : theory and practice / Jane Saiers -- Considerations and adaptations to safely accommodate program participants / Susan Conlon Morgan -- Assessment and documentation strategies for horticultural therapy intervention / Barbara Kreski -- Tools for program management / Emilee Vanderneut -- Research applied to practice / Barbara Kreski.
Subject: "The Profession and Practice of Horticultural Therapy is a comprehensive guide to the theories that horticultural therapists use as a foundation for their practice and provides wide-ranging illustrative models of programming. This book aims to enhance understanding and provide insight into the profession for both new and experienced practitioners. It is directed to students in the field, along with health care and human service professionals, to successfully develop and manage horticultural therapy programming." -- Back cover.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction to the profession of horticultural therapy / Christine L. Capra, Rebecca L. Haller, and Karen L. Kennedy -- Horticultural therapy, related people-plant programs, and other therapeutic disciplines / Rebecca L. Haller and Karen L. Kennedy -- The therapist-client relationship / Jay Stone Rice -- Development of the profession : assets and issues / Rebecca L. Haller and K. René Malone -- People-plant response : theoretical support for horticultural therapy / Beverly J. Brown -- Brain, mind, and relationship : implications for horticultural therapy / Jay Stone Rice -- Theories that inform horticultural therapy practice / Matthew J. Wichrowski -- Therapeutic model / Jonathan Irish and Pamela Young -- Vocational model / Gwenn Fried and Rebecca L. Haller -- Horticultural therapy grounded in wellness models : theory and practice / Jane Saiers -- Considerations and adaptations to safely accommodate program participants / Susan Conlon Morgan -- Assessment and documentation strategies for horticultural therapy intervention / Barbara Kreski -- Tools for program management / Emilee Vanderneut -- Research applied to practice / Barbara Kreski.

"The Profession and Practice of Horticultural Therapy is a comprehensive guide to the theories that horticultural therapists use as a foundation for their practice and provides wide-ranging illustrative models of programming. This book aims to enhance understanding and provide insight into the profession for both new and experienced practitioners. It is directed to students in the field, along with health care and human service professionals, to successfully develop and manage horticultural therapy programming." -- Back cover.

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