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WALK AND TALK SESSIONS

I offer the option of walk and talk counselling sessions as individual 50-minute sessions, or as half or full day intensive work.

Taking therapy on a walk changes the dynamic of the therapeutic space and can offer the opportunity to bring a new dimension. A number of clients have found that the most effective sessions been in this setting.


Below are some FAQs regarding walk and talk therapy. If what you need to know is not covered below, please contact me with any further questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS WALK AND TALK THERAPY?

Instead of the traditional office session, we meet outside and walk.  Sometimes the simplest things can be the most effective.

WHAT ABOUT BAD WEATHER?

We are British! We are used to a little poor weather.  Generally, we just grab a heavy coat or an umbrella.  But should you prefer, we can hold the session via Zoom on the bad weather days.

IS THIS A WORKOUT?

No this is a gentle walk. The focus is on the talking. We use the walk as a means to process. There is nothing physically strenuous about the session, and I hazard a bet that after a 50-minute walk you will feel better!

TYPICAL LOCATIONS?

Most Walk and Talk sessions are in Ashton Court Estate or Leigh Woods.  However there is the option for adhoc sessions in other locations. Please enquire to learn more.

CAN I BRING MY DOG?

Normally this is not such a good idea, while the dog may be well trained, there is always the chance that it will distract from the therapeutic process in some fashion. I am happy to discuss each individual situation with you, such as if the dog is exceptionally well trained, or quite old and therefore very relaxed this can sometimes be ok.

WHAT IS YOUR AVAILABILITY FOR WALK AND TALK SESSION?

Space for individual sessions is limited to Wednesday or Thursday.


So if you're interested please get in touch. Full or half day Intensive work takes place on Wednesdays, Fridays or Saturdays