Episode 148: Lessons We Can Learn From Wilderness Therapy

Interview with Judith Sadora

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Judith Sadora, a licensed marriage & family therapist, who practices wilderness therapy, shares about how she applies some of her backcountry work into her everyday life, and how we might be able to use those tools in the front country, too.

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s difficult to get out the way we’d like to. Here in the US, states have been under varying levels of lockdown for the last two months. And it’s been wearing on us all in different ways – whether it’s coping with loss, the stress of isolation, grappling with the unknown, or trying to make sense of the inequities and injustices that continue to harm our fellow Americans.

Judith joins us on the podcast to talk through some tips for tapping into nature to manage stress during this time and into the future. We also get to learn about what wilderness therapy is and why Judith is so connected to and moved by the practice.

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Featured in this episode: Judith Sadora

Hosted by Gale Straub

Music in this episode is by  Swelling, Josh Woodward, and Kai Engel using a Creative Commons attribution license.

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