In graduate school, I studied a counselor in California who did not see his clients in an office. His clients met him at the beach and they spent their sessions walking by the ocean.
Long before modernized society existed, Indigenous people around the globe understood the symbiotic relationship with nature. And modern times leaves us somewhat disconnected to Mother Earth.
A recent study in the United Kingdom indicated that people who spend at least two hours a week in nature have dramatically improved mental health and psychological well-being.
Some of my clients have periodically met me at Inniswoods Metro Garden in Westerville. Taking a stroll in the woods either in session or on your own will improve your health from the Body/Mind/Spirit component.