We need to support outdoor talking therapy in being more widely available and inclusive. This includes empowering therapists to explore the outdoors as an alternative context for therapy, rather than ring fencing and commodifying this practice for a select few.
A study exploring the impact of green vs. urban spaces during a walking group for mental health service users.
The 5,4,3,2,1 has been the one grounding technique that comes up as a favourite, time and time again.
Join the debate to contribute to new guidelines for outdoor talking therapy
Full slides and notes from my presentation on outdoor talking therapy at the 2020 Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference.
Strengths profiling is a practical and person centred technique used to identify an individual’s character strengths.
My top 20 mindfulness quotes from the popular book, ‘the things you can see only when you slow down’ by Haemin Sunim.
This post aims to support students in discovering the variety of strengths they bring with them on their journey into university.
A collection of photos and pictures related to each of the bizarre experiments featured in my book, ‘The Museum of Bizarre and Extreme Science’.
Check out my new popular science book featuring some of the most outlandish experiments in history!