1-Day Experiential Training
Show Me, Don't Tell Me
This training is appropriate for anyone wanting to learn experiential methodologies, including but not limited to mental health professionals who work with adults, adolescents, and family members such as psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, marriage/family therapists, counselors, teachers, doctors.
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This training focuses on the theoretical basis of action-oriented experiential methodologies. Behavioral Health professionals often use experiential therapy in the treatment of trauma, attachment repair, behavior disorders, anger, grief and loss recovery, substance abuse, and various types of physical and behavioral addictions or compulsive behaviors.
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Participants will learn techniques to help their clients become free of painful, unhappy, or otherwise bad feelings from past experiences, to change the nature of their current and future relationships, and live up to their full potential. Experiential exercises can be used in conjunction with different styles of traditional talk therapy and will include exercises for use with individuals, groups, couples, private practice, and clinical treatment therapists.
Experience the connection you long for
Participants gain hands-on experience in applying experiential methods. Additionally, there is an emphasis on visual communication, experiential teaching, and presenting a “learning by doing” method. Basic psychodrama techniques are also reviewed. The training combines teaching presentations with live demonstration.
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What to Expect
8:30am – 9:00am — Sign in for CE
9:00am – 10:00am — Welcome and Overview
10:00am – 11:00am — Experiential Connecting Activities
11:00am – 12:00pm — Sociometry
12:00pm – 1:00pm — Lunch
1:00pm – 3:30pm — Experiential Demo
3:30pm – 5:00pm — Experiential Sequencing
What You'll Learn
- Understand the power of experiential work.
- Utilize experiential methodology that invite group cohesion, emotional regulation, and shifts in perspectives.
- Gain exposure to a variety of experiential methodologies designed
- Be able to define tele and describe how it impacts human connections
- Be able to practice Experiential listening
- Understand Experiential sequencing
Practice warmups from an experiential perspective
Industry-Leading Training Back by Science.
Whether you’re just now being introduced to experiential modalities, or you’re already an Experiential Professional looking to continue your growth, abilities and skill sets, ISEP Trainings are unparalleled in the mental and emotional health industry.
This is true partly because ISEP trainings are, you guessed it, experiential. But also true because all trainings are backed by science and research that much of the mental and emotional health industry is foolishly still ignoring.