Walk & Talk Therapy
Walk-and-Talk Therapy is not a stroll in the park.
Walking in a practiced, purposeful way, we start to mobilise the left-brain/right-brain hemispheres - thus freeing up stuck trauma or memories. This walking action is combined with a structured approach to visualising the issue/problem, measuring and anchoring techniques, therapeutically un-picking thoughts/feelings/emotions, and grounding techniques.
Many clients find that buried thoughts or emotions surface quicker - reaching a new level of therapy.
However, at present, I only consider clients for Walk and Talk Therapy if they have previously been in therapy with me. I may also recommend that a client come back into the therapy room, should I feel that their situation is better served in a quiet, less stimulating environment.
Clients need to be able to come to this therapy in walking shoes or boots (depending on where we decide to walk), with appropriate clothing, and not carrying a bag (as bags impede the walking movement).