Trailtalk® Park City launches TrailtalkRX: conservative medicine for active, functional individuals.
Trailtalk Park City introduces new ways to meet the mental health needs of the Park City community during the COVID19 pandemic. While the world continues to experience ongoing social distancing & economic uncertainty, many highly functional individuals find themselves struggling with anxiety, depression, and other mood changes that require medical intervention.
TrailtalkRX takes a scientific approach to the human genetic signature and embraces the latest advances in the industry to help qualify patients that will benefit from this treatment path. TrailtalkRX believes that we cannot ignore the science behind how powerfully intricate and important our brains are to our emotional wellbeing.
“Technology changes in every industry, and mental health is no different. We encourage our community to invest in their mental health and be open to new ideas and concepts. Think of how often you update your computers and phones, buy new gear for your outdoor activities due to the latest advancement… When was the last time you had an emotional tuneup and learned what was available for your mental health?” asks Allison Page, founder of Trailtalk.
Trailtalk Park City remains dedicated to offering outdoor, socially distanced Walk and Talk™ sessions to help clients recalibrate their internal compasses. TrailtalkRX adds additional medicinal support if necessary.
Trailtalk® was founded in 2010 in Park City, Utah, with the mission to destigmatize mental health care. Trailtalk offers an alternative solution to traditional office/couch therapy, with their signature Walk and Talk™ sessions on local trails, parks, and paths. A licensed therapist will meet you for an outdoor session along with their “Therapy on the Fly’” support van. By taking therapy off the couch and onto the trail®, they enable their clients to experience the healing power of nature. Trailtalk now has 5 Trailheads (aka offices) in Utah and 1 in Colorado. Trailtalk Park City accepts most major insurance carriers. Learn more on trailtalk.com.