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This event gave a chance to learn and hear from practitioners working with and learning from the natural world. There was a Q&A session following each session as well which are also available via the on-demand service.

Hear from three experienced coaches about how they work with nature to benefit their clients. Presentations include: coaching and the climate crisis; how coaches can support young people through working with them in the company of trees; and bringing nature inside.

The main aims of this event was 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


View the programme

This event was split into three 45 minute sessions and each was followed by a live Q&A session with the presenters following their sessions. 

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 didn't join live on the day, you'll be able to access it for three months afterwards until 11.30pm on Friday 25th June 2021.