028: Walk-And-Talk Therapy | Finding Healing Inside By Going Outside – Denice Crowe Clark, Ph.D.

From being a therapy patient to a licensed therapist, Denice Crowe Clark, Ph.D., joins us today. We’ll learn from her inspiring journey in nurturing her family, achieving a healthy life, and using her expertise and practice in walk-and-talk to help others redirect their own lives through therapy. This is another fulfilling episode about transformation and development, so don’t miss out!


  • Catalyst for family therapy and its benefits
  • 3 essential activities that shape walk-and-talk therapies
  • Struggles and challenges of a walk-and-talk therapist
  • Other practices that go with psychedelic therapy
  • What makes walk-and-talk a free-flowing therapy


Denice was introduced to walk-and-talk therapies around 2008 during a time when she practiced therapy located within a family medicine residency program that provided behavioral health support to clinic patients. The clinic was situated in a converted old strip mall department store on a busy highway. With tight spaces and no natural light going in because of the inadequate number of windows, she went out of the office to get sunshine and fresh air, also looking forward to ending the day with an exercise. Denice fell in love with the entire idea of walk-and-talk therapy as it enriches not just mental and emotional health but also physical, a holistic wellness package. Denice earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration majoring in both Finance and Management at the University of South Carolina, and her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling at the Mercer University School of Medicine. Lastly, her Ph.D. in Human Services majoring in Public Health from Walden University. Denice is the Founder and President of Soul to Soul Therapy and Consulting, LLC. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a board-certified telemental health provider. Moreover, she specializes in Motivational Interviewing (MI) and has trained physicians and behavioral specialists in MI.



Until Next Time… Be Kind and Thrive!