To help overcome past trauma, addiction, eating disorders, conflict & communication issues, and other diagnoses’ Experiential Therapy introduces opportunities to reenact past and present situations through activities, tools, and other methods.
How Does Experiential Therapy Work?
This therapy is centered around individuals revisiting memories or past trauma in hopes that they can relive these experiences in a new light. We hope our students can feel peace and love in their present lives after working through past traumas.
An example of how this therapy works is a patient may be asked to draw a picture of their family. As the student draws their family, the therapist may ask questions about the illustration and discover how they perceives her family. Any found perceptions can then be further discussed in the session.
Types of Experiential Therapy:
Students interact with horses through feeding, grooming, and leading horses.
Patients can better understand emotional conflicts and concerns through role-playing.
Patients express their emotions, thoughts, and concerns through art. This helps patients work through difficult emotions and situations in a productive way.
Adventure therapy usually takes place in a group where individuals can work on communication skills while doing activities such as rock climbing, hiking, canoeing, and other outdoor activities.
Whether it is only listened to or the patient is performing music, music can improve mental, physical, and emotional circumstances.
Experiential therapy can benefit individuals of all ages and backgrounds who are struggling with a wide range of mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse disorders and addiction, eating disorders, relationship issues, low self-esteem, stress, grief, and more.
Those who participate in experiential therapy may experience enhanced emotional expression, improved self-awareness, enhanced interpersonal skills, personal growth, and the ability to access their emotions in a more holistic way.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Expressive Arts Therapy
General Frequently Asked Questions
Imperial House is in Provo, Utah (50 minutes south of the SLC airport). The house is a residential home in a local neighborhood in the eastern part of town.
The length of stay is based on individual treatment needs and funding source.
Start by giving us a call at 385-312-0352 or a text at 385-226-7653. Our team carefully screens each student to make sure we are the best fit for your family.
Imperial House is a private organization dedicated to providing high quality, accessible, and affordable care. We work with a wide variety of insurance companies that help families to afford treatment. We can verify your benefits within 24 hrs and let you know what your policy details look like. Call 385-312-0352 with your policy information to get started.