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Ecotherapy: The green agenda for mental health – Main report

Mind, May 2007


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Resource IDmind2007
Resource titleEcotherapy: The green agenda for mental health – Main report
Author/sourceMind
Date publishedMay 2007
Summary text/ abstractEcotherapy is a natural, free and accessible treatment that boosts our mental wellbeing. Whether it's a horticultural development programme supervised by a therapist or simple walk in the park, being outdoors and being active is proven to benefit our mental health. For the one in four people in England and Wales who will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives there are few treatment options immediately available. In 2005, 27.7 million antidepressant prescriptions were written in England, at a cost of £338 million to the public health service. Ecotherapy, a treatment that is free of unpleasant side-effects, offers a cost-effective and natural addition to existing treatments.
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