Beach Walking Therapy

Working as an addiction therapist at a luxury rehab in Thailand, I’ve learnt professionally and understood for many years personally, how much benefit there comes from getting out of the mental state you’re currently in, to sort out challenges, difficulties or traumatic experiences. Getting moving is one of the best things you can do to help yourself and I believe that sometimes it is better to take our problems down to the shoreline to sort them out.

A walk and talk can prove to be more productive for some, than a sit down conversation. I’ve delivered therapy on many occasions on the go, instead of in the chair. What I’ve learnt, is that the combination of walking, combined with therapeutic conversation, can be really beneficial for clients.

Physical movement can sometimes help those who feel emotionally stuck and connecting with the great outdoors, along an ever shifting shoreline, can reap a rewarding, deepening of overall wellbeing in the process.

The pace is set by each client and during our time together, I will work with you therapeutically, to help you deal with your troubles.

The sessions are 1 hour long. All are confidential. (If we meet someone you know I will not disclose I am your therapist.)

Cost: £45 per session and if preferred sessions can be delivered indoors. Sessions can also be mixed between shoreline and counselling room to ensure the right environment, as the need arises.

I am a seasoned, diploma qualified therapist,  holding a certificate of proficiency, as a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Please call or e-mail if you are interested in booking a session or simply want to know more about it.

 

 

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