About Maia Gough
Outdoor therapy training is a form of psychotherapy that utilizes outdoor activities and natural settings as part of the therapeutic process. This therapy focuses on the whole person, including physical, mental, and emotional aspects. Outdoor therapy can help individuals learn to manage stress, build relationships, and develop problem-solving skills. Outdoor activities such as hiking, canoeing, and rock climbing can teach communication, trust, and team-building skills. Outdoor therapy is often combined with traditional psychotherapy, providing an alternative way to explore personal issues.