In this episode of The Company Next Door you’ll hear more about Megan’s story, about the therapy she does, about the business she’s helping to grow, and most importantly, about the Philly foods Ete and Megan both miss most. Enjoy!
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Trail Talk founder Allison Page discusses with PCTV host Christine Napier how we can keep ourselves and families mentally healthy during these unprecedented and stressful times. Trail Talk’s mission is for their clients to experience the healing power of nature as they move their bodies to clear their minds – whether with a therapist, a loved one, or on your own during this time of social distancing.
“And a group of mental health providers; Allison Page, Nurse Practitioner and Mental Health Therapist and Founder of Trail Talk, Aaron Newman Summit County Director of Behavioral Health and Anne Asman, Gerontologist and Chair of the Summit County Utah Aging Alliance are on talking about the challenges of dealing with the illness and the mental health consequences of sequestering ourselves away from society.”
Here is our latest interview on PCTV!
Guest Host Kim Crittenden is joined by Owner and Therapist, Allison Page. Allison is owner of Trail Talk, a unique mental health service that takes the patient off the couch and into nature for their therapy sessions.
Allison Page of Trail Talk joins the program to talk about a unique approach to hiking a local trail, amidst an active therapy session with a trained psychiatric nurse practitioner. It’s a formula for peeling back layers, obstacles, stigmas, and creating a space of trust and safety necessary to explore topics such as anxiety, self esteem, and relationships.