Alicia Bridge,MA (she/her)

Hello. It’s nice to finally meet you.

Alicia is the founder of WildPeace. Over the years, Alicia has cycled around the issues of how do we live here well, in our own bodies and on our planet. In 2009, she completed her Masters in Environmental Education & Communication from Royal Roads University, with her area of research focusing on Mindfulness and Ecologically Responsible Behaviour. From there, she completed her diploma in Five Elements Acupressure and training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction at the UMASS Memorial Health Centre for Mindfulness. This work led her into over a decade of teaching Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and working in Nature Based Therapy developing and delivering programming for professionals, adults with mental health, substance abuse, cognitive or physical challenges, and for school age children. Her training also includes: Advocacy & Conflict Resolution, Interpersonal Communication, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Group Process and Yoga Teacher Training. Alicia is a candidate for a Masters in Counselling at City University of Seattle. She lives with her two young daughters and husband on the unceded territory of Quw’utsun Tribes.

As an academic at heart, she launched Wild Peace with a question of can we lean on our inner voice to lead us into decisions that preserve our relationship with our self and the natural world. And how can her skills of facilitation, mindfulness, nature based therapy, and program development get us there.

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We are building a Nature & Well Resource Kit, for clients to connect when they want and how they want. We are inviting Educators and Therapists to Contribute their Nature Based Therapy Practices. For submitting guidelines connect@wildpeace.ca