Mental Health and Wellness
Clinical studies evidence that gardening and horticultural therapy can considerably improve mental, emotional, and physical health.
Gardening has shown to be effective in improving mental health and reducing symptoms of mental disorders for the following:
Gardening therapy is seen to improve general emotional wellbeing and happiness across the board. It can even act as mental and physical therapy for the elderly.
Our perfect San Diego climate enables us to grow a broad variety of delicious vegetables and fruits.
At our Residential compound, we have a private, gated garden with large raised beds, wherein our clients grow all types and varieties of seasonal vegetables and fruits – we even have hanging succulent boxes.
On Saturdays, our therapist conducts an extended Gardening Therapy session in the garden, which our clients enjoy, immensely. Clients are welcome to be in the garden at other times, during the week, as well.
Along with all of the vital health benefits received through gardening, the wonderful added bonus is the actual fresh, ‘home-grown’ produce that our clients get to eat and enjoy!