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La collaboration entre le client et le psychologue, et les compétences de ce dernier sont essentiels pour avancer dans la résolution de problèmes et la construction de solutions adaptées. De plus, l'environnement naturel et la marche font également partie du cadre thérapeutique.

Nous regroupons ici les liens vers des articles et vidéos que nous avons trouvé intéressants et pertinents pour mieux expliquer les bienfaits de la thérapie "Walk and Talk",  qui guide nos consultations psychologiques en plein air à Lausanne, Genève et Fribourg.


PSYCHOLOGIES, juillet 2009

La marche, quelle thérapie !

The globe and mail, may 2012

Why is walking in the woods so good for you ?

FEMINA, novembre 2015

Et si on ré-apprenait à Marcher ?

BLOG de Mathilde Depaulis, mars 2015

La Walk and Talk Therapy


Walk and Talk en réunion de travail

GRAZIA, novembre 2017

Les vertus anti-stress d'une balade en forêt

WEB MD, Walk and Talk therapy

Walk and Talk Therapy


Walk and Talk Therapy
An introduction to Walk and Talk Therapy with Phil Gormley.
Walk and Talk Therapy
Clay Cockrell uses New York’s Central Park as his office and holds patient sessions outdoors in the park.
Michael Forfieh Counselling Web
"I am also a walking therapist, believing that movement in nature can be therapeutic. Walk and Talk therapy aims to provide an alternate experience for you, whereby you can physically interact with the material you bring to a session"
Walking it out with your therapist
Mental health therapists and their clients are getting off the couch and going for a walk. "Walk and Talk therapy is exactly what it sounds like. Rather being enclosed in an office space, the therapy session takes place outside, while we walk"
Walk and Talk Therapy
"Finding a piece of mind can be a challenge the lack of free time, fresh air and introspection can lead to mental problem like depression and anxiety." Dr. Cockrell is doing Walk and Talk Therapy in New York, and thinks that Walk and Talk Therapy brings better results than it does in an office.
Want to be more creative ? Go for a walk !
When trying to come up with a new idea, we all have times when we get stuck. But according to research by behavioral and learning scientist Marily Oppezzo, getting up and going for a walk might be all it takes to get your creative juices flowing. In this fun, fast talk, she explains how walking could help you get the most out of your next brainstorm.
Nilofer Merchant: Got a meeting? Take a walk
Nilofer Merchant suggests a small idea that just might have a big impact on your life and health: Next time you have a one-on-one meeting, make it into a "walking meeting" -- and let ideas flow while you walk and talk.
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