The restoration part of the process provides solace for individuals or communities.
Below are potential restoration practices for students to consider. Other restorations not listed but can be implemented after talking to a staff member.
- “What is this?”: A clinical, therapeutic setting and experience intended to address harms for individuals and seek pathways to healing.
- When to use this option: If you seek individualized pathways/methods of healing within a clinical mental health framework.
- Expectations: Opportunities for self-reflection; Consideration of scenarios and perspectives; Discussion of possible tools and methods for caring for one’s own mental health.
Outdoor/Nature Based Healing Experience
- What is this?: An opportunity for students to engage with the outdoors, such as through a walk, planned trip with the outdoor center, or pre-recorded programming about healing in nature to connect with the outdoors as an aid to healing
- When to use this option: If you are looking for healing or time for reflection, this would be a good fit. This may not be the best option if you are hoping to have a conversation with the responding party
- Expectations: Opportunities for personal reflection; Engagement with the outdoors