Sometimes, work is a walk in the park for me. Instead of seeing clients in a traditional office setting, I combine walking and talking therapy — at my office or City Park in Baton Rouge.
Exercise is good for the mind and the body and may have added benefits to the session.
Kate Hays, PhD, is the author of Working It Out: Using Exercise in Psychotherapy, states “the hypothesis is that rhythmic exercise, such as walking, can be conducive to the process self-discovery.
Put your shoes on and let’s walk this journey together!