Walk and Talk Therapy: A Therapist’s Guide is an A to Z guide of everything a therapist needs to know to have their own Walk and Talk therapy practice. Walk and Talk therapy is a unique intervention that combines traditional psychotherapy with the physical exercise of walking. The book covers the benefits of Walk and Talk therapy, current research on the subject, theoretical orientations that are best suited for this type of intervention, practical considerations for the therapist, a thorough FAQ section, and even contains a sample waiver of liability form and confidentiality statement that therapist may want to consider using when beginning this type of practice.
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