Somatic wilderness therapy is a unique therapeutic approach, that is a marriage of two different kinds of therapy: somatic therapy and wilderness therapy!

On this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected Dr. Fedrick is joined by Katie Asmus. Katie is an MA, an LPC, a Psychotherapist, and she is the founder of the Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute. She is here to give us the scoop!

Key Takeaways from Liz’s chat with Katie:

  • Hear about Katie’s background in the mental health field
  • Learn how Katie came to marry somatic therapy and wilderness therapy, and how she defines it
  • Find out the benefits that Katie sees in her clients from this specific approach
  • Discover some simple ways we can all begin to practice mindfulness in nature
  • Hear different ways to connect with nature, even if you’re working indoors
  • Learn how to find a practitioner if you are interested in this kind of therapy

All of this and more, on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.

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