2) Every 2 weeks: Newsletter article on the topic of healing stress and trauma via nature connection, combining real-time autobiography in my own nature adventures and publications by ecopsychologists. These articles will form a skeleton of work using the Natural Systems Thinking Process toward my own master's degree in Applied Ecopsychology.
3) Creating a database of nature connection exercises anyone can do from a variety of environments via the feedback and suggestions of people participating in Healing Outdoors events.
4) Design and write up a 2-day nature reconnection retreat program for family caregivers in hospitals, who I would add to the list in the quote below (along with anyone stuck in a cubicle without windows and medical transcriptionists listening 8+ hours a day to dictated reports of patient medical traumas for hospitals ; ), something I happen to understand too well).
"In the early 1980s, I began to wonder about practical applications and asked myself, “Which groups of people experience a lot of emotional duress and might benefit from a view of nature?” The answer was hospital patients and prisoners." - Roger S. Ulrich