Tired Of Trying The Same Old ThingsTo Feel BetterWithout Getting Results?
Sometimes our best insight and introspection is done when being outside in nature. Therapy in Motion or “Walk and Talk Therapy” offers the same benefits of traditional psychotherapy but our session is held while walking and talking outside to assist clients in being more open about their emotions.
Want to experience a different approach to traditional therapy? Our center offers Therapy in Motion (Walk & Talk therapy)… a therapy session outside in nature while you walk!!… If you have felt stuck in therapy in the past, being physically active helps clients think differently and become inspired to make the changes they need in their lives. Adding movement to traditional therapy assists clients to talk more openly about their emotions. For someone who may be experiencing, anxiety, depression or grief, just being outside can help improve a clients emotional and mental health. Combining it with therapy has benefits of its own. It creates an environment of change and possibility and enriches the counseling session. Research has consistently shown that physical activity can enhance the mental and physical health of clients and walking releases endorphins, which can elevate mood. In addition, different parts of the brain are activated while walking, so it can help clients who have felt stuck with traditional therapy find new ways to think about their lives. Clients set the pace of the session from a meditative, relaxing session of walking to a more active, fast-paced session. Therapy in Motion will match your pace. Experience the healing power of nature. Experience Therapy in Motion! Why not give it a try?
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