Horticultural therapists are employed by hospitals, rehabilitation centers, botanical centers, government social service agencies, prisons, substance abuse programs, hospice and palliative care programs, community and botanic gardens, public and private schools, and assisted living and senior centers. In addition, horticultural therapists may work independently as consultants.
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