Walk and talk therapy takes counselling and psychotherapy out of the therapy room and into the fresh air and great outdoors.

And as this year's theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is movement, our member Jen Mak has recorded a short video to explain all about walk and talk therapy.

She highlights how it's helpful to clients, how movement and being out in nature can be beneficial during therapy, how she manages privacy and confidentiality when outdoors, and how to find a therapist who can help you.

Walk and talk therapy, also known as outdoor therapy, can be helpful for people who find the conventional therapy setting awkward and uncomfortable, as well as those who generally find it easier to talk when moving.

You can find a therapist who does walk and talk therapy via our Therapist Directory.