Human-Nature Counselling and Consulting


Coyote Tracks Fall Program

Nature-based therapy group for boys to develop their self confidence and social/emotional skills
4 Mondays: October 23, 30, November 6, 13, 2017. 10am -3pm
Mary's Therapetic Farm and Sanctuary
$440 per person ($110/day) plus gst. Extended benefit plans which reimburse services by Registered Professional counsellors may cover this program.

Human-Nature is thrilled to be partnering with Mary’s Farm and Sanctuary to offer our highly successful and popular Coyote Tracks program for boys ages 9-18.

This engaging and experiential nature-based program is designed to help participants develop their confidence among peers, gain greater awareness of their own gifts, talents, and coping skills, and strengthen their connection with nature.

The program will take place over four Mondays this fall at the beautiful land adjacent to Goldstream Park.  Participants can expect:

Games and adventures in the forest; Group initiatives, and solo reflective time. 

Animal time with the horses, llamas, goats, pig, kittens, dogs and rabbits (No horseback riding on this program will be offered).

 Fire skills, shelter building, wood carving, collaborative art making, and more!

The Program is being delivered by  Sean Frey (Registered Professional Counsellor), Jeff Miller  (Counselling Psychology student), and Sarah Duncan (Counselling Psychology student)

*Participants are asked to bring weather appropriate clothing, snacks, lunch and closed toed shoes.

*A minimum of 6 participants are required for this group 

For more information and to schedule an intake call contact Sean Frey at or call 250-896-9639