Experiential Therapy Lets You Heal by Doing
Based around guided activities, experiential therapy helps patients develop coping mechanisms by interacting physically with situations. Simply talking, as in traditional therapies, is less inclusive and has less of an emphasis on the cathartic possibility of physical activity. Experiential therapy can include a number of different components, including artistic expression and exercise, but whatever the technique involved in experiential therapy, the result is that the patient develops a more positive self-image and a deeper self-awareness.
How Experiential Therapy Helps
Experiential Therapy places patients in real-life scenarios that mirror numerous potential situations they’ll encounter upon re-entry into their worlds. It focuses intensely on the development of inner-strength and self-confidence so patients can effectively manage their mental disorder once they complete residential treatment. This therapy is highly personalized, and can materialize in a number of different ways. Women for whom low self-esteem has been a serious problem, and a central component of their mental disorder, will benefit greatly from this targeted therapy.
How Experiential Therapy Works at RCW
RCW's Experiential Therapy program provides women the opportunity to learn how to express their innermost feelings, while working through their personal issues and disorders towards the program's goal of individual empowerment. We let you reconnect your body and mind with your unconscious, allowing you to enjoy what parts of your life your addictions or disorders had previously damaged.