Experiential therapy encourages patients to work through their issues using a wide range of active experiences.
Experiential therapy requires clients to use their creativity and intellect to overcome real issues through experiences. During experiential therapy, people learn empathy, social skills, feeling identification and articulation, as well as problem-solving, conflict resolution, self-regulation, and communication skills. Experiential therapy can address cognitive, behavioral and emotional challenges. The guided experiences that experiential therapy offers is an effective and helpful treatment for those who have gone through traumatic events in their lives because the effects of trauma often reside in the non-verbal parts of the brain.
For more information about experiential therapy, contact Jomie George at firstname.lastname@example.org