Human-Nature Counselling Society


Coyote Tracks Program

Nature-based therapy group for male identified youth (ages 10-14) to develop their self confidence, and social/emotional skills
5 bi-weekly Saturdays, Starting January 30th; 10am - 2pm
The youth will have the chance to adventure in a variety of the wonderful wild spaces around Victoria. Location is subject to change dependant on weather and other circumstances
$80 +gst per day; we ask that you commit to all 5 days (bursaries may be available)

This engaging and experiential nature-based program is designed to help participants develop their confidence among peers, and practice social skills in a supported small group environment. Participants will build emotion regulation skills, gain greater awareness of their own gifts and resources, and strengthen their connection with nature.

Games and adventures in the forest; hiking, group initiatives, shelter building, wood carving, collaborative art making, and solo reflective time. 

We welcome neuro-diverse youth, and have a maximum of only 6 participants to ensure a high level of support and success, and to keep physical distancing easier to manage covid safety. 

Bi-Monthly Saturdays starting January 16th.
Locations:  We explore the beautiful local parks in the CRD, such as Mt. Work, Beaver Lake Park, Witty’s Lagoon, Island View Beach and more! 
Time: 10am – 2pm

Facilitators: Tensley Koontz (MA candidate) and Ashley Periobon (student)

To register please contact Robin at:

[email protected]   or  250-885-0275