Anne M. Meore LMSW, HTR
Licensed Master Social Worker
Registered Horticultural Therapist
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Her work, at the New York Botanical Garden, includes serving as the Horticultural Therapy Program Coordinator for THRIVE (Therapeutic Horticulture and Rehabilitative Intervention for Veteran Engagement), which partners with the Bronx VA’s Resilience & Wellness Program, the first-ever therapeutic horticulture program offered at NYBG. She is the program advisor to and a faculty member of the HT Certificate Program at NYBG and has been an instructor for NYBG’s Edible Academy since 2011.
Anne serves on the accessibility work group for the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and as an adjunct faculty member in the Biology Department at Manhattanville College, teaching Therapeutic Horticulture.
Since 2011, Anne Meore LMSW, HTR has been the Garden Projects Coordinator for Bon Secours Charity Health System, Suffern, NY, where she is responsible for designing & managing therapeutic garden spaces & conducting Horticultural Therapy programming in the accessible and therapeutic, “Garden of Hope,” at Good Samaritan Hospital.”
She holds advanced degrees in Guidance Counseling and Social Work, a certificate in Permaculture Design and a certificate in Horticultural Therapy from the NY Botanical Gardens. Anne is a licensed social worker in NY and a registered horticultural therapist with the American Horticultural Therapy Association.
Consults by appointment only.