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A society that cherishes its green spaces is one that truly understands the essence of collective well-being.

 - Heidi Schreiber-Pan, Ph.D., LCPC



Navigating complex human emotions and experiences, Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan masterfully articulates insights that resonate with readers. Her literary contributions provide a beacon of hope, guiding individuals towards self-awareness and healing. Discover her works that have impacted lives and transformed perspectives.



With a voice that inspires and enlightens, Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan has graced numerous platforms sharing her knowledge on mental well-being and holistic healing. Whether addressing a room of professionals or a gathering of eager learners, her words leave an indelible mark, igniting change and fostering growth. Explore her speaking journey and the topics she's passionate about.

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A compassionate healer at her core, Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan's therapeutic approach is rooted in a deep understanding of the human psyche. Her sessions are a haven for many, offering solace, understanding, and a pathway to mental and emotional balance. Learn more about her therapeutic philosophy and the difference she's made in countless lives.

Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan is a visionary in the field of mental health with a career spanning over 15 years. As the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Nature Informed Therapy, she has been at the forefront of integrating nature-based psychotherapy into mainstream therapeutic practices. Her groundbreaking work bridges the profound connection between the natural world and psychological well-being.

With her foundation deeply rooted in academia, Dr. Schreiber-Pan is an affiliate and former faculty member of Loyola University, Maryland. Her research there delved into the realms of resilience, psychological well-being, and the transformative power of nature-based mental health. Her commitment to enhancing the field of counseling is further evidenced by her establishment of the Chesapeake Mental Health Collaborative.

Author of two seminal books, "Taming the Anxious Mind: A Guidebook to Relieve Stress and Anxiety" and "The Outside Within: Stories of Nature’s Roles in Psychological Well-being", Dr. Schreiber-Pan presents a fresh perspective on harnessing nature's potential in therapeutic contexts. As a sought-after nationwide speaker, she enlightens audiences on diverse topics ranging from the interplay of Nature and Mental Well-being to occupational burnout, resilience, anxiety, and the intricacies of neuroscience.

In her quest to continually refine therapeutic approaches, she has innovatively combined established clinical methods, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), with emergent treatment modalities like nature-based psychotherapy and neuro-counseling. This synthesis is not only indicative of her deep understanding of the field but also her commitment to pushing its boundaries for the benefit of both practitioners and patients.

At the core of Dr. Schreiber-Pan's philosophy is a symbiotic relationship between humans and the natural world. She advocates that true healing and resilience emerge when one acknowledges, understands, and nurtures this bond.

Today, as she continues to expand the horizons of nature-informed therapy, her mission remains clear: to facilitate genuine human-nature healing and inspire other professionals to recognize and harness the curative powers of the natural world.


Dr. Schreiber-Pan is a sought after speaker for many regional organizations and faith-based communities. Her work has proven to reduce occupational burnout and increases organizational effectiveness. Heidi also facilities training seminars for PESI, Inc nationwide. 

Topics Include

  • Organizational Effectiveness

  • Emotional Intelligence 

  • Diversity Training 

  • Developing a Productive and Balanced Mind in the Work Place

  • Spirituality and Psychological Well-being 

  • The Effects of Nature and Psychological Well-being 


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