Mindful Walking Therapy

Mindful Walking Therapy is based on the principles of exercise and wellbeing, evidence based psychological therapy, and the work of psychotherapist William Pullen and Dynamic Running Therapy. The aim is to combine talking therapy approaches with mindfulness, and the benefits of simple exercise/movement when out in nature. * please note, whilst this is a walking session, this is not an exercise/fitness session, it is primarily a therapy session. 

Mindful Walking Therapy is offered for people experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, panic, relationship difficulties, obesity, weight issues, and post-natal depression.  

 

Mindful Walking Therapy Sessions are provided in local open spaces in Surrey as agreed between therapist and client, e.g. Bushy Park, Surrey. 

An initial consultation is provided in the first instance to discuss the approach and how therapy can help. Following this the majority of sessions are walking sessions in open spaces, while incorporating mindfulness with an integrative therapy approach (integrating CBT, ACT, explorative, narrative and motivational approaches).

 

If you would be interested in finding out more about Mindful Walking Therapy please do get in touch. 

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