It is a generic name given to a wide range of practices or interventions which aims to improve your mental and physical wellbeing through nature.
Using Ecotherapy we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves, from the inside to the outside.
As well as understanding how we best connect to and with our surrounding environment.
It is a union between Ecopsychology and Psychotherapy.[/x_accordion_item]
A lady, in her fifties, who had suffered sudden bereavement with anxiety, depression and previous self harm undertook my Magical Bridge Ecotherapy exercise and viewing a photograph of a bridge.
We completed the mental exercise walking both inside and outside.
After two sessions she reported feeling that she would “feel calmer within the next month if she worked on the mornings with ways she was shown”
Another woman, in her twenties, suffering from anxiety, thought delusions and depression reported after one session outside that…
“I really liked the tree exercise. I feel more powerful, the roots…like me…feeling majestic. I feel more valued and important. I have had lots of different therapy and this was the most effective”