Therapeutically speaking, movement releases trauma. Movement triggers a surge of endorphins. And movement gets your brain working in ways that can facilitate creativity and reflection.
Clients connecting to their thoughts and emotions is the name of the game. So whether it's in-office, videoconferencing, phone sessions or even the "Walk and Talk" session, I am open to whatever works and is clinically relevant for each client's individual journey of self-growth.
I believe, the "Walk and Talk" is a fun twist on the Freudian/psychoanalytic technique of expressing yourself without having to look at the therapist. So you aren't searching for reactions, just emoting.
After an initial in-office session, we start thinking outside the box.
Check out this TED talk.