Fed up with screen freezing or poor Internet connections? No closure at the end of a session? Missing the personal interaction? Eye contact is just not the same on Zoom or Facetime.
Consider a socially distanced meet-up with me, and feel free to wear a mask too.
Walk-and-talk therapy has also proven to be a stress reliever for people who don’t consider their home a safe space for online therapy — whether they can’t find enough privacy to feel comfortable opening up, or their family or partner disapproves of therapy, or someone they live with is the reason they’re seeking therapy in the first place.
Come and have a Walk in Nature with me, where you can learn some Mindfulness strategies to free your mind of stress and anxieties. These are easy to learn and can give you relief at any time of the day. You own the method that I will teach you and no-one else gets into your safe-space.
Walk and Talk is also fantastic, clears your mind and refreshes you for the days ahead. Get in touch if you want any of the following:
- It encourages you to be more physically active for mental and physical reasons.
- It helps you become “unstuck” when confronting difficult issues.
- It prompts creative, deeper ways of thinking, often released by mood-improving physical activity.