EcoTherapy for Individuals, Couples and Families
I believe that being immersed in Nature means being immersed in ourselves. Nature is truthful and honest. It’s not hiding the painful sight of an uprooted and fallen tree. This is the time when we may seek therapy.
Nature can help us confront fears and painful/uncomfortable feelings, the ups and downs of life transitions, the rewards and challenges of different seasons.
Nature can help us being open and more in tune with ourselves, can promote self-healing, can offer relief from stress, a sense of balance, calm and peace.
Nature can help us bridge the duality of our thinking, separating opposites rather than integrating them as part of the same reality.
Nature can also give us a language to describe complex feelings and experiences as it becomes a mirror to who we are.
As an established psychotherapist I will assess and discuss with you whether nature-based therapy can contribute to achieving the therapeutic goals. I am particularly interested in offering eco-family therapy as an innovative way of delivering therapy for individuals, couples and families. For eco-therapy for multiple families see FUN eco-family therapy.