Nature - based therapy
Nature-based Therapy is a form of experiential therapy that incorporates one’s relationship with the natural world into counselling interventions to enhance a client’s growth and development and strives towards the reciprocal healing of both humans and their larger ecological home.
Taking the practice outdoors
Nature-based therapy is a form of outdoor, walking psychotherapy. It usually is a forest or a blue area. I offer 2 types of nature therapy based on the interest of my clients (INDIVIDUAL or GROUP SESSIONS) and FOREST BATHING as a wellbeing activity.
The introductory session is a regular -indoor consultation that lasts 60 minutes. After that session we discuss the settings of the outdoor sessions individually (location, frequency, time etc).
Individual nature-based therapy session lasts 90 minutes.
Group therapy session consists of a maximum of 10 participants. It’s usually around 10 meetings. The meetings last 3 hours each.
The next nature-based therapy group focused on anxiety issues starts on the 15th of April.