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4 Mindset Shifts to Transition Your Therapy Practice from Office to Outdoors

Today, I want to delve into a topic that has the power to transform your therapy practice – transitioning from the confines of an office to the wide-open spaces of the outdoors. Join me as we explore four essential mindset shifts that will guide you on this journey toward a more dynamic and impactful therapy experience.


Mindset Shift #1: Embrace the Differences: The first and most crucial mindset shift is acknowledging and accepting the fact that therapy in the outdoors is inherently different. It's a space where unexpected challenges and unique opportunities arise. Whether it's adjusting to unpredictable weather, dealing with clients' physical limitations, or navigating sensitive issues in a public setting, outdoor therapy demands a distinct approach. Embrace this difference and explore the potential it holds for growth and healing.


Mindset Shift #2: Define Clear Goals: Transitioning from the office to the great outdoors requires a clear sense of purpose. Take the time to define your goals – both big and small. Perhaps you've contemplated becoming certified in outdoor therapy or incorporating it into your existing practice. Whether your goal is to dedicate a few hours a week to outdoor sessions or to become a full-fledged outdoor therapist, clarifying your objectives will serve as a compass, guiding your actions and decisions.


Mindset Shift #3: Craft a Strategic Path: With your goals in place, it's time to map out a strategic path that leads you from where you are to where you want to be. This journey may involve learning new clinical tools, seeking guidance from experienced practitioners, or simply experimenting with different outdoor settings. While the Walking Therapist Club offers valuable resources, remember that creating your strategic path can empower you to tailor your transition according to your unique circumstances.


Mindset Shift #4: Measure and Review Progress: As you embark on this transformative journey, regular review and measurement of your progress are essential. Set aside time for self-assessment – what's working, what needs adjustment, and what milestones have you achieved? This process not only keeps you accountable but also provides a tangible sense of accomplishment. Visualizing your progress, whether through graphs or written records, reinforces your commitment to your vision and helps maintain your momentum.


In Conclusion:


Transitioning from an office-based therapy practice to the outdoors requires more than just a change of scenery; it necessitates a shift in mindset. By embracing the unique challenges, defining clear goals, crafting a strategic path, and consistently measuring your progress, you'll be well on your way to realizing the incredible potential of outdoor therapy. Remember, this journey is yours to shape, and the Walking Therapist Club is here to support you every step of the way.


Thank you for being here. If you found this information valuable, please consider sharing it with others who might benefit. Together, let's expand the vision of outdoor therapy and create a movement that transforms lives. Stay inspired, and I'll catch you in the next episode. Until then, keep walking, keep healing, and keep thriving!

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