My name is Lyndsey and I am currently a teacher. I am planning to retrain to be a counsellor/psychologist working with young people and vulnerable adults in the outdoors. I want to involve talking therapies, rock climbing, hiking, pet and equine therapy, wilderness, camping and outdoor cooking to support people with anxiety, trauma etc and special needs. I live in Devon and courses are limited. I am wondering if it best to qualify in psychotherapy or counselling? The BACP accredited psychotherapy training here involves Buddhist psychology which might not be practical enough for me. But the counselling training might not lead to outdoor/adventure therapy in the same way.