Outdoor counseling sessions are a great way to mix things up and add in numerous other healing factors. You do not have to be an adventure seeker or even in great physical shape to take advantage of this service. You choose the parameters of the session. Some options include sitting on a park bench, walking a short distance and sitting on a rock, tree, or the ground, walking around a neighborhood or downtown, walking on a paved bike path, or walking on a hiking trail near town.
We can work together to discuss an option that is right for you. The focus is not on the exercise, it is on the session. Do not expect to get a vigorous workout.
It is your choice if you want to pursue this option over traditional in-office work. It is a method that has many benefits, but does introduce other risks and potential factors that are beyond the control of either of us. It is important to make an informed decision about this method of counseling. Some factors to consider are outlined below:
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