Human-Nature Counselling and Consulting


New Roots Program

Grow Through What you Go Through: a nature-based group wellness program
Wednesdays, 3:30 - 5:30pm, September 30th - November 11th, 2020
Beaver Lake Park
$280, plus gst (extended benefits may apply & bursaries available, please inquire)

For Youth ages 11-14 (middle school) who are self-motivated to participate in an awesome and supportive group environment for personal growth.

New Roots is a nature-based wellness program for youth who are looking to develop healthy strategies to cope with uncertainty,  anxiety and worry. Find peer support and connection with other youth, while exploring new strategies in a fun, no-pressure, safe, and supportive setting. We will  explore your connection with the natural world as a resource to manage stress – and will build effective tools for cultivating a peaceful state of mind,  at home, at school and outside.  Activities include: hiking, games, initiatives, nature-connection, nature art, restoration service projects, solo time, reflection, and more. 

Parents/guardians are also asked to participate by attending 2 parent-only education sessions, with a focus on understanding anxiety,  supporting youth to take charge of anxiety and worry in their lives, and personal wellness.  Parent session will be facilitated online via Zoom. 

  • Tuesdays, October 13th & November 3rd, 7-9pm

Facilitated by:  Katy Rose, MA, RCC & awesome practicum students

*People of all genders, sexualities, bodies, ancestries, cultures, and abilities are welcome.  Maximum of 8 participants.

* Covid safety policies are in place to manage a safe group outside, physical distancing will be expected, and activities modified to meet these needs. 

To Register to this program, please contact:

If finances are a barrier, please let us know. This program has been partially subsidized through fundraising efforts, however, we were not able to fully cover the cost, so bursaries are available on an individual basis. Please inquire. 

To read more about this program, check out this article in the BCPRA Healthy Living magazine