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Walking and Talking Therapy 

At Open House Coaching and Wellbeing, I offer a unique approach to therapy: walking and talking. This is a therapy that allows for freedom and connection in nature. A good walk in the Lincolnshire countryside can often bring out conversations and thoughts that we didn’t even realise were present. Through this therapy, you can find freedom, creativity, and curiosity.

My approach and my invitations are given with compassion and empathy, I will guide you while you explore your experiences and find solutions. I invite you to join me on a journey of self discovery and healing.

Outdoor Walking and Talking Therapy

Walking and talking therapy in nature is indeed a unique and curious approach to connecting with oneself and exploring personal thoughts and emotions.

Engaging in therapy while walking outdoors can provide a refreshing change of environment and create a relaxed and open atmosphere for self-reflection and conversation.

The natural world offers a soothing and calming backdrop that can help individuals feel more at ease and connected to their surroundings. The act of walking itself can also be therapeutic, as it promotes physical movement and releases endorphins, which can positively impact mood and overall well-being.

Being immersed in nature can stimulate the senses and evoke a sense of wonder and curiosity. This can enhance self-awareness and create opportunities for introspection and self-discovery. The absence of walls and boundaries can also provide a sense of freedom and openness, allowing thoughts and emotions to flow more freely.

Walking and talking therapy in nature can be particularly beneficial for those who feel more comfortable or expressive outside of a traditional therapy room setting. It can facilitate a more spontaneous and organic conversation, allowing yourself to explore topics you may not have been aware of or felt ready to address in a conventional therapy setting.

Additionally, the presence of nature itself can serve as a metaphor for growth, change, and resilience. Observing the cycles of nature and witnessing its beauty can offer perspective and inspire individuals to connect with their own inner resources and strengths.

Overall, walking and talking therapy in nature can be a powerful and enriching way to connect with oneself, explore emotions, and engage in meaningful conversations. It's a modality that embraces the healing potential of both the natural world and human connection.

Lets walk and talk 

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