We HELP CLIENTS RESOLVE THEIR MENTAL HEALTH STRUGGLES
People seek therapy for many reasons. The pressures of modern life may be causing chronic mental stress and pain, or you may be struggling with grief, trauma or social anxiety.
Counselling and medication work for some people, but not for all.
We bring together people, animals and the wild outdoors in a guided process that helps resolve mental health problems with long term benefits.
Animal Assisted Therapy and Nature Assisted Therapy have been shown to help people to re-engage their senses and experience well-being, and through that find deep healing and resolution.
WE PROVIDE BESPOKE THERAPY BASED ON EACH CLIENT’S NEEDS
Our therapy practitioners are based in the South-West of England. They have collectively supported hundreds of clients to improve their mental health in a lasting way.
Therapy sessions can be in woodland and countryside, and can involve animals like horses, birds of prey and small farm animals.
Each session is bespoke – designed around your needs – and involves deeply familiar, but unpredictable, sounds, smells and sights of the natural world around us.
Every session creates the opportunity for deep connection and a heartfelt sense of wellbeing with nature and animals. This can be truly transformative.
Watch the video below to hear how connecting with Birds of Prey has helped our clients.
“During my two hour session, the anxiety loop I’d been trapped in for ages just fell away. I had arrived feeling wired. By the end I was emotionally drained, but feeling calm. By the time I got home I was back to myself for the first time in ages. I rarely get an anxiety attack now, but if I do, just picturing the animals and remembering how I felt being near them helps it quickly fade away.”
“It’s two years on now and I am still doing well. When I think about or describe the bird therapy session to people, I don’t just remember the benefits, I still feel them.”
HELP US REACH MORE PEOPLE IN NEED.
We wouldn’t exist without the kind donations given to help fund therapy and to invest in our future work. If you’d like to support us, we’d love to hear from you.