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more about me, Cath Wright


My name is Cath Wright and I am a qualified Nature and Forest Therapy Guide with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides. Over the years I’ve sometimes struggled to get suitable help when life has got a bit out of hand, and I see the effects this has on me and those around me. I am also in recovery. I believe in the benefits of ‘self-care’ and ‘self-soothing’; but I recognise that when you feel like you’re 'drowning in treacle' it's easier said than done! There are a handful of things in life that truly help me relax and ensure that I can ‘breathe’ again; spending time amongst trees is one and sketching and painting is another. Nature heals...sitting, sharing space with nature, admiring beauty or simply playing amongst it...nature is awesome.

A lady and a dog

I am so aware of how lucky I am to live in such a stunning place, I don’t take it for granted and everyday I find joy in the outside world and the Cairngorms National Park. Nature makes me feel alive and always grounds me, whether I’m too high or too low – the forest brings me back to a steady level.

Training and Qualifications

August 2020 - Nature and Forest Therapy Guide with the ANFT

December 2021 - Dementia Friends with Alzheimer Scotland

February 2022 - Disclosure Scotland

June 2023 - 2-day Emergency First Aid at Work in the Outdoor Environment

June 2023 - Life, Personal Performance Coaching Diploma with the CA - in progress

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