Trailtalk normalizes therapy and everyone’s basic human need for help, by taking you into a casual, outdoor setting that is much more conducive to a conversation. Seriously, have you ever tried seeking help from someone who is sitting on a couch or chair and all you get is a clinical stare and note scribbling? This is so different. These people literally walk beside you and help you to find answers to your own problems. They listen and ask questions in the way a good friend would, except, they still hold you accountable and you still have to do the work. I think one of the things I find appealing, too, is that this approach puts you on par with the person helping you and you don’t feel like you are being put under a microscope. You are physically doing something outside and having introspective thought and conversation with some awesome and thoughtful people. It is a wonderful approach.