Therapist and Coach Training

Taking your therapy Outside

Continuing Professional Development

Course Outline

•  Fancy some Forest Bathing?
•  Want to understand what Walking outside and Circadian Biology have in common?
• How the power of metaphor in Nature can heal.
•  What’s Ancestral health and how is it important today?
This is a half day workshop running from 11am – 2.30.
Satisfying CPD requirements, it is a course for qualified therapists in any field, who wish to incorporate Nature Therapy (also called Eco Therapy and Green Therapy) into their practice.

Max 6 persons per course.   2020 dates to be announced

Learning to add an extra dynamic to your therapy business by expanding your learnings to incorporate our most innate healing. Nature. The focus of this course is to learn to adapt your style of therapy for working outside. Parks, forests, rivers, coast, mountains. The course benefits from multi-discipline participation, it’s interactive and discursive. We will learn from each other as well as gain insight into our greatest healer – mother nature herself.
Why going outside is good for both your business and your clients.

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Benefits for Your Business

Optimising, adapting and enhancing your current therapeutic practice by opening up and increasing revenue streams in a more healthy, congruent and cost free setting. Understanding the skills you have and how they transfer to working in nature.

Benefits for Your Client

Overall healthy improvement in both  Mind and Body.  For our purposes we’ll focus on reduction of anxiety, depression and the corresponding increase in confidence, mood and overall perspectives.  Your outside sessions act as both an unsaid illustration of wellbeing – talking moving more directly to feeling.


  • Set up
    Why working in Nature is so important.
    Adapting your skill base to work and practice in nature
    Different applications and titles used for Nature Therapy
    The NHS and Mind
    Social Prescribing
  • Discussions

    Combating the changing winds of technology in therapy VR, AI
    ADHD and Vitamin N
    Working with Adults and working with children
    Nature and Behavioural and Cognitive effects
    Phone down Face up – why connection is important
    Dealing with Anxiety, Overwhelm Depression and Stress
    Introduction to understanding Circadian Biology
  • Course work
    Walk and talk therapy – Introduction to Wonder Walking
    Forest Bathing
    Working with images and visualisations outside
    Use of metaphor in nature
    Application of free association
    How to deal with British weather
    Working in Urban areas
    Breathing and expanding your senses
    Mindfulness and mind body connection
  • Where and When
    Central West London – ( an enclosed park )
    6 persons per group max
    Pets Welcome
  • Management and More
    Pre attendance preparation sheet
    Post course support and supervision included.
    Certificate of participation : Nature Sense accreditation on completion of proof of learning exercise.
    Insurance and confidentiality issues
    Recommended reading supplied

•  Price –  £97 
via booking sites
or directly here  Price – £85

What you’ll be able to do after this course.
See clients in parks, by the river, walks etc…

Who will be your ideal client
Those with Anxiety, Depression, Grief and overwhelm. Clients who want purpose and happiness in their life.

Who will this suit

This is a course for therapist and their CPD for instance Counselling, CBT, Gestalt, Adlerian, Freudian, Jungian, Family, Hypnotherapy, NLP, Coaching,

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Sports etc … this list is by no means exhaustive, please contact with your school of therapy so we can advise of suitability.

What this course is not  

Woo Woo – many people have become cynical or is it fearful when the word green is mentioned as if it’s very mention implies that the subject is somehow powered by unicorns. This is not the case. This course is not just about your continued learnings or professional development but also for your business investment. The outcome is a mutual benefit to you, your client and as a bonus utilising our amazing natural space.


According to Dr Richardson head of psychology at the University of Derby. There is already research evidence that exposure to nature can reduce high blood pressure well as improve vitality and mood; benefit issues of mental wellbeing such as anxiety; and restore attention capacity and mental fatigue. But more than that, feeling a part of nature has been shown to significantly correlate with life satisfaction, vitality, meaningfulness, happiness, mindfulness, and lower cognitive anxiety. 
It doesn’t matter what your core therapy is, it can be taken outside”.

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