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L. Anthony was born into a military family in Virginia with both mother and father having careers in the U.S. Navy. He carried on the military tradition after graduating from West Point. His Army Officer travels included duty in New York, Texas, New Mexico, Korea, and Europe. In addition to writing mystery novels, he has patrolled the streets of L.A. as a police officer and headed the criminal investigations unit of a suburban police department. He is currently a tenured professor of Criminal Justice in Southern California.

Doctors Prescription: Nature

www.pbs.org/newshour/show/why-doctors-are-increasingly-prescribing-nature

As rates of chronic disease among children have skyrocketed over the past few decades, pediatricians have increasingly looked for solutions beyond the clinic. Sometimes that means actually prescribing time outside. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports from Oakland on the medical evidence that indicates escaping modern urban life, even temporarily, can yield health dividends.

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What’s been going on today or this past week that I’m thinking about. List 1-3 things

1.

One word to describe how I’m feeling about it. __________

One or two things I might do to help make it better. (examples: talk to someone, make a step by step plan, take a break – do something good that I enjoy)

a.

b.

What I will do for now.

2. Something else I’ve been thinking about.

One word to describe how I’m feeling about it.__________

One or two things I might do to help make it better. (examples: talk to someone, make a step by step plan, take a break – do something good that I enjoy)

a.

b.

What I will do for now.

3. Something else I’ve been thinking about.

One word to describe how I’m feeling about it. __________

One or two things I might do to help make it better. (examples: talk to someone, make a step by step plan, take a break – do something good that I enjoy)

a.

b.

What I will do for now.

What I am grateful for right now. (anything that comes to mind)

Through walks in the woods, UW-La Crosse professor taps into nature’s healing powers | Education | lacrossetribune.com

The children stood shoulder to shoulder under the towering trees, their eyes closed, their mouths open, their senses tuned to the forest around them.
— Read on lacrossetribune.com/content/tncms/live/

The ANFT Way of Forest Therapy

Important information about why forest therapy with a guide has far reaching potential for everyone.

Contents include an overview of Forest Therapy, a description of some of the emerging issues in the forest therapy field, a transparent discussion of the business aims of ANFT, and the Scope of Practice and Professional Standards upon which the ANFT Guide Training and Certification Program is built.
— Read on view.joomag.com/the-anft-way-of-forest-therapy-the-anft-way-of-forest-therapy/0822982001561584510