This event is a chance to learn and hear from practitioners working with and learning from the natural world. There will be opportunities for questions and additional resources.

Hear from three experienced coaches about how they work with nature to benefit their clients. Presentations include: a focus on nature and individual practice, particularly how it supports coaches’ well-being; the practice and benefits of working in nature with young people; and the role and the impact of climate change on coaching. 

The main aims of this event is to

  • develop knowledge and a greater understanding of how nature can support practice
  • Applied techniques of working in nature
  • have greater awareness of climate change and the role of coaches in facing up to the emergency
  • ensure coaches and counsellors are inspired and motivated
  • raise the profile of coaching in nature and the BACP coaching division

By the end of this event, you should have

  • an increased knowledge of coaching outdoors
  • an increased knowledge of using nature within coaching practice
  • an increased knowledge of climate change
  • an improved opportunities for self-reflection and self-care
  • new ideas and techniques in delegates own practice


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This event is split into three 45 minute sessions and each will be followed by a live Q&A session with the presenters following their sessions. The first session will begin at 9.30am and the event will finish 1.15pm with a short panel session will all of the presenters.

This event is relevant to

This event is aimed to be open to a wide audience. It will have particular relevant for Coaching Division members of BACP but is open to all members and non-members.


Please book your place online.

Your booking also gives you access to the on-demand service. If you can’t join live on the day, you'll be able to access it for four weeks afterwards.