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)READ more
Waves of Change Program
An 8-month group therapy program to support young women who identify anxiety as being a barrier to living their lives to the fullest.
Bi-monthly; start date of Nov. 12 and continuing until June 2021. Mandatory info session Oct. 15 (6-8pm)
Providence Farm & Cowichan Area
Free for participants - funding graciously provided by Island Health and private donorREAD more
New Roots Program
Grow Through What you Go Through: a nature-based group wellness program
Wednesdays, 3:30 - 5:30pm, October 7th - November 11th; closing on Sunday November 15th.
Beaver Lake Park
$280, plus gst (extended benefits may apply & bursaries available, please inquire)READ more
Family Roots – Adventure Therapy Group
Delivered and generously funded through Power To Be, the Family Roots program uses outdoor recreation and the power of nature to increase the well-being and resiliency of local youth and their families.
2 Tuesdays per month: 2:30-4pm. Starts May 12th. (applications accepted on rolling basis, 8 families max)
From the comfort of your home & Nearby-nature settings throughout the Greater Victoria Region when regulations allow
$25 per family member. This program is subsidized through the ongoing and generous support of Power To BeREAD more
Grief and Gratitude Program
An opportunity for youth to explore their responses to Climate change, covid and the uncertainties of our time.
Tuesdays, 3:30-6pm; October 6 - November 10th; Sunday, Nov. 15, 1-4pm
Francis King Park
$245 (inquire for bursaries if needed)READ more
Custom Nature-Based Therapy Programming
Passionately bringing nature-connection and strength-based, trauma-informed practice mental health to your community.READ more