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Taking therapy outdoors for fresh air and a fresh perspective.

I have been practicing therapy since 2008 in a traditional office setting. A few years ago I happened upon an article describing the “walk and talk” therapy practice of Clay Cockrell, LCSW, in New York City’s Central Park. I knew right away that this was something I wanted to do. After returning to my “hometown” of Atlanta I realized the time and location were perfect. Sole to Soul Therapy, walk and talk therapy in Piedmont Park, was born.

Walk-and-talk therapy combines the therapeutic benefits of traditional talk therapy with the therapeutic benefits of exercise and nature exposure. If you believe you might benefit from talk therapy but find sitting face-to-face in an office unappealing or maybe even intimidating, perhaps walk-and-talk therapy might be a better option for you!

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