Under the term experiential therapy is a number of different therapeutic forms of therapy. This includes Gestalt therapy, dynamic therapy, and methods of cognitive behavioral therapy. Alternative types of experiential therapy include animal-assisted therapies (such as equine-assisted therapy), psychodrama, art therapy, music therapy, and others.
These different therapeutic interventions and therapies offer actual involvement with different types of situations that go beyond traditional talk therapy. For example, interactions with others, emotional processing, reflections of events, and creativity are all part of this treatment. Ultimately, these therapy programs help people become aware of their interpretations of the world.
An experiential therapist may use these recent expressive therapies, which include: