Walk & Talk


. . . we benefit cognitively and psychologically from having trees, bodies of water, and green spaces just to look at. . . Short exposures to nature can make us less aggressive, more creative, more civic minded and healthier overall.

- Florence Williams

What is ‘Walk and Talk’ Counselling?

I’m not sure about you, but everything seems more possible and hopeful after I go for a walk. Walk and talk counselling is the chance to combine movement (walking), natural sights, sounds, smells (proven to be very important for our overall health) and the therapeutic process of talk therapy. It’s the same as ‘typical’ counselling but without the sitting. 

Instead of sitting in an office to do a session, you and I go to a nearby walking path and walk while we process and talk about what is front of mind for you.

** Kendra is currently on maternity leave until spring/summer 2024. Please contact to be added to a waitlist.

Who is it for?

Walk and talks are currently open to women 16+. Proximity to Hampton is also important. 

Walk and talk counselling might be a good fit for you if you think best while moving, traditional therapy hasn’t worked great for you, or if you have a new baby you’d like to bring along in a stroller.


What if it rains?

During our initial appointment, we’ll discuss the details of a ‘rain plan’ that works best for you. This plan will include a conversation about re-scheduling, or doing the appointment virtually. 

Where do you walk?

I am currently walks exclusively at Dutch Point Trails in Hampton. I am open to exploring other options with you should logistics make it possible to do so. The details of this location will be discussed in your first session. 

Contact Me

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Ready to Get Started?

Not currently accepting new clients. Please contact me to be added to the waitlist.

Please note: This site is not an emergency or crisis resource. If you are in crisis, or need immediate support please call the Chimo Helpline in NB (1-800-667-5005), Canadian Suicide Prevention Service (1-833-456-4566), or Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868).