I’m Gina Geremia
Nature connectedness is the relationship between people and the rest of nature. It is the foundation of our wellbeing.
Gina is a highly experienced Forest Therapy Practitioner. Her engaging and dynamic approach to forest therapy promotes the five stages of health: physical, psychological, social, spiritual and environmental through a carefully crafted yet flexible series of nature connection activities in all types of green and blue space.
Gina has over 30 years working in human and social services, experiential education and natural stewardship programmes assessing human behaviour and elevating the wellbeing of individuals and communities. Her dedication to fostering an equitable world and serving diverse populations, social systems, and human and wild communities runs deep.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Castleton University in Vermont, is a certified Professional Coach qualified in neuroscience, mindfulness and transactional analysis, accredited Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner, certified Forest Therapy Practitioner and Wilderness First Responder. She holds professional memberships with the Association for Coaching, Association for NLP and the International Society of Nature and Forest Medicine.