Sue Stuart-Smith: The Well Gardened Mind
£10.00 – £35.00
Buy tickets for the livestream event
6:30pm – 7:30pm
On Tuesday 3rd November, Author of The Well Gardened Mind, Sue Stuart-Smith is giving a talk at the Garden Museum on the power of nature and gardening on mental health.
For those who can’t make it to the Museum to attend this talk in person, we are delighted to be livestreaming this talk so you can watch from the comfort of your own home! Buy your tickets below, and on the day of the event you will receive instructions via email with a link to watch the talk online.
The pace of life is the pace of plants.
Sue Stuart-Smith’s book The Well Gardened Mind, argues that our increasingly urbanised and technology-dependent lifestyles make it more important than ever to rediscover a closer relationship with the earth. Sue tells brilliant, illuminating stories of people struggling with stress, depression, trauma and addiction, from asylum seekers to veterans, inner-city young people to the retired.
This in-conversation between Sue Stuart-Smith and Christopher Woodward, Director of the Garden Museum, will delve deeper into the science behind the restorative power of gardening and its ability to change people’s lives, drawing on Sue’s extensive experience as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist.