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Our motto is ‘Think Simple, Think Different’
and it’s amazing how many of our clients tell us this is exactly what they need!
The image is a woman with a backpack on hiking through a trail in the forest. She is standing next to a large tree which emphasises the wonder of nature.

"Following my sudden unexpected surgery and illness I was totally lost, and possibly heading for a depressive illness due to extreme fatigue and lack of insight into myself and medics alike.  The strategies that Claire delivered were fundamental in not only recovery physically, but the ability to look forward to a future filled with new opportunities.  A huge thank you." - Alison, former client

Is a coaching style therapy for me?

Many of our clients have had counselling in the past and are now looking for something a bit different. We spend the sessions walking side by side which is a great way to have therapy and a collaborative conversation feels very natural. You do not have to be super fit because we move at a pace that is right for you. We introduce you to strategies that you can use to build a healthier mindset and achieve your goals. Some of the things that therapy can help you with are:

  • Going through a period of change (eg. divorce, new career or after a medical diagnosis)

  • Finding more meaning in your life

  • Taking better care of yourself (eg. stress management, wellbeing, anxiety management)

  • Developing more authentic relationships

Coaching really can be used for lots of different areas of your life and our clients have seen some great results!

Why do you do your sessions outdoors?

Spending time in nature has a positive effect on your wellbeing. Researchers at Kings College London found that being outdoors, seeing trees, hearing bird song, seeing the sky and feeling in contact with nature were associated with higher levels of mental wellbeing (2018). Direct encounters with the natural outdoor world can aid in healing emotional trauma, reduce stress and lower both heart rate and blood pressure. You can find out more about the impact of nature on your wellbeing:

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The image shows a pathway through the forest. There is purple heather either side of the path. It is of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire. This is where therapy takes place.
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