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‘Walk and Talk’ Might Be the Future of Therapy

Will more people start walking with their therapists?

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If you’ve ever taken a long walk with a close friend and talked about difficult personal problems, you get the gist of “walk and talk” therapy.

Denice Clark, PhD, a therapist based in Atlanta, has been providing walk-and-talk therapy professionally since 2015. She’s well…




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