A Rhode Island Therapist’s Nature-Oriented Office Is a Welcome Balm Amid the Pandemic

A Rhode Island Therapist’s Nature-Oriented Office Is a Welcome Balm Amid the Pandemic

By Marni Elyse Katz / Photos by Nat rea
With its lean-to shape and unassuming materials, the rustic cabin help clients stay grounded.

Even clients with an aversion to therapy look forward to their sessions with Ryan Post. Rather than usher them into an airless office with unremarkable furniture and fluorescent lights, Ryan meets them in an airy, 470-square-foot cabin set in a field amid towering trees. Two armchairs face a comforting wood-burning stove, and a wide mahogany bench allows for stretching out. Sometimes sessions take place outside, especially these days. 

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