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Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Protective and Therapeutic Potential of Nature

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2020

In this perspective paper, they proposed nature holds therapeutic and protective potential for children who have experienced adversity or are at-risk. The brief review of the existing literature indicated that children with adversity do present poor physiological and often psychopathological outcomes across the board, and that children and adults at-risk or diagnosed with difficulites, physical, emotional, and/or cognitive can benefit from therapeutic nature-based interventions.

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