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Experiential Therapy

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An Activities-Based Healing Approach

We at Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches understand that speaking to an addiction therapist in a clinical setting is not the only way that patients are able to process their emotions. Experiential therapy helps patients improve coping skills and raise their self-confidence through a series of guided group activities. Activities like art, role playing, meditation, yoga and exercise allow patients to fully express themselves without reservation or fear of judgment.

Build Self Awareness and Confidence

By allowing our patients to express their innermost feelings and thoughts, the therapists at Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches are better able to prepare them for life in post-rehab. Our mission is to help patients uncover hidden feelings and emotions, and to assist them in developing inner-strength. This allows them to more effectively handle the mental disorders which have led to their addiction and to work through any other personal difficulties.

Another benefit of the program is the life skills it arms our patients with. Many who have completed our experiential therapy program have discovered talents and interests that have lasted throughout their lives.

Reconnect Your Mind, Body and Spirit

Experiential therapy has been a highly popular and successful addiction treatment strategy since its development in the late 1970s. It’s an excellent option for people struggling with low self-esteem issues and provides a chance for patients to explore themselves in a deeper and more meaningful way than many of them ever have before.

Experiential therapy gives our patients a deeper understanding of themselves and offers different and healthier methods of managing stress and coping with negative situations which may arise in their lives. Call (888) 432-2467 to learn more about the activities we offer and how they can help you or your loved one work through the stress and difficulties of addiction.

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