Everything in nature invites us constantly to be what we are.
- GRETEL EHRLICH
BRINGS A SENSE OF PEACE & ACCEPTANCE
IMPROVES STATES OF DEPRESSION, ISOLATION & ANXIETY
BRINGS A STATE OF CONNECTION AND WELLBEING
IMPROVES MOOD & QUALITY OF LIFE
OCCUPATIONAL NATURE THERAPY AT baba's
Simply what it says on the tin, Occupational Therapy is ‘healing through meaningful activity’, in nature.
Any and all the activities in our lives can be nourishing to our mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, no matter how simple they may be. By applying ourselves fully and engaging in mindful meditative practices we can learn how to observe and regulate our feelings and emotions, and thus deeper connect to our Selves and the environment surrounding us.
A lot can be said about the healing qualities and wisdom we can receive from nature. The links between increased well-being, life span and happiness, and the time spent with nature are becoming increasingly researched, yet this green-fingered practice goes back for as long as we can remember and was practiced all around the world.
Sessions are offered on a one-off or long-term basis, depending on your, or your child's wants and needs.
Therapy can be offered as private 1:1 sessions with children with special needs, such as autism, sensory processing disorder
Available in-person, exploring various forests in London
Free 15 minute Consultation
Prices vary, please contact Rebecca for more information.
Encourage and join your child in learning how to care for their Earth and themselves through playing and exploring the Forest.
Assist your child in developing necessary skills such as attentional, physical, and emotional and self regulation skills by incorporating eco-educational, occupational therapy and permaculture based techniques into learning outdoors.
Learn how to use Ayurvedic tools and lifestyle practices to assist your child's development and emotional regulation through understanding the seasons and elements at play in nature.
*Available for children of all abilities and developmental stages.
Re-wild yourself in the Forest. Learn how to listen to your body and the Earth around you.
Metaphorically, Forest exploring and natural practices can offer infinite lessons and answers, thus therapeutically assisting one who is seeking deeper questions and connection to themselves, their peers and Mother Earth.
Not only is foresting and ‘nature bathing’ good for the emotional and spiritual body, it can energetically provide a grounding to the physical body too. Grounding, also called earthing, is a therapeutic technique that involves doing activities that “ground” or electrically reconnect you to the earth, such as walking barefoot on soil or gardening practices.
Additionally, learn how to use Ayurvedic tools and lifestyle practices to assist your state of connection, being and balance through understanding the seasons and elements at play in nature.
ABOUT OUR SESSIONS
Our Occupational Therapy sessions are offered in-person, in-nature on a one-to-one and group bases. The sessions can vary in length, and intention, depending on the individual's and/or group's needs. If you are joining us in the UK, we recommend wearing warm, comfortable clothing for your session, with wellies, scarfs and hats for extra warmth.
Rebecca has gained experience working with multiple cultures in a range of mental health and paediatric Occupational Therapy settings, with experience in Paediatrics, Forensic Mental Health, Community Mental Health and Neuro-Rehabilitation and Art Therapy with both adults and children.
Her focus within early years development and nature therapy has allowed her to gratefully be part of the lives of many children, their families and teachers. Rebecca is passionate about providing supportive, encouraging and creative environments for all to flourish. She encourages a strong communication and collaboration between families and the multidisciplinary team and values this as essential in producing and attaining personal and holistic goals. She values that each person brings a unique gift and teaching to every relationship, with the added passion of bringing children to nature and nature to children.