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Sharon Lohse

Sharon Lohse

I am a Masters prepared psychiatric nurse with a certificate in horticultural therapy, mindfulness and forest therapy. I started my own business Mindful in Nature when I finished my certificate in Horticultural Therapy from Delaware Valley University, Doylestown, PA. I work in several assisted living facilities, and senior centers where I connect people with plants for health and happiness. I teach children gardening at an elementary school and teach gardening at a community garden where we donate the food to the local food bank. It was through this education that I became aware of Forest Bathing and I became certified in January 2018. I lead walks in Central New Jersey and Bucks County, PA at an Audubon Society, a Wildflower Preserve, parks, a University and even my own home. I have mentored three nurses in New Jersey in their quest to become certified guides and I am currently working on developing a program for nurses in Forest Bathing called "Nurses in Nature."

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