Everyday farmers deal with factors that are beyond their control, including the weather, changes in the financial market, the health of their livestock and equipment breaking down. Many internalize these struggles and criticize themselves for things they ‘should’ or ‘shouldn’t have’ done. The National Farmer Mental Health Alliance will share how to adapt mindfulness and self-compassion strategies in your work with farmers, farm families, and rural veterinarians.

In addition to helping farmers connect with psychotherapists that are culturally competent and experienced in agriculture, we also offer comprehensive Mental Health Strategy support options for organizations and Agriculture Informed Therapy (AIT) training for psychotherapists servicing rural areas.
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