Hospitals, rehabilitation centers, botanical centers, government social service agencies, and prisons are among the institutions that may employ horticultural therapists. In addition, horticultural therapists may work independently as consultants.
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- Ayurvedic Doctors and Practitioners
- Biofeedback Therapists
- Creative Arts Therapists
- Holistic Physicians
- Massage Therapists
- Music Therapists
- Oriental Medicine Practitioners
- Recreational Therapists