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Outdoor Therapy Impact Report: Pioneering Outdoor Therapy in Scotland
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Outdoor Therapy Impact Report: Pioneering Outdoor Therapy in Scotland

Outdoor Therapy Impact Report: Pioneering Outdoor Therapy in Scotland

One year on from IOL Members, Venture Trust’s launch of their pioneering new Outdoor Therapy Service, the impact report is now live.  

This report demonstrates the significant impact that Outdoor Therapy by professional accredited counsellors and therapists can have on clients. Through clinical outcomes measures, as well as client and referrer feedback, they have understood the far-reaching impact of this innovative service.  

Their Outdoor Therapy Service has been a valuable addition to the programmes they offer at Venture Trust and has strongly aligned with their charity’s vision that no one should be left behind.  

 

Venture Trust’s new Outdoor Therapy Service supports people to gain the mental wellness, stability and confidence needed to lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives. Year One Impact Report: Pioneering Outdoor Therapy in Scotland.

Venture Trust Outdoor Therapy Impact Report

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