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Mental Health Therapy in Draper Utah

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Accelerated Reprocessing Therapy

Accelerated Reprocessing Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that has its roots in existing evidence-based therapies, but is shown to be more effective more rapidly. ART was designed to treat people with mental health problems and addictions and usually consist of about 15 sessions. Although, there are studies that conclude recovery can occur in as little as three or four sessions, depending on the event or traumas and the duration of it. Recognized by national organizations, as well as the DOD (Department of Defense), it’s useful for those who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic attacks, addictions or substance abuse, chronic pain, and more. With ART, people can see results as early as the first session. With ART, the client is always in control. The therapist guides the session and helps those individuals process traumatic events rapidly since they are the most painful to relive. It enables the therapist to propel the client to growth and positive change. The process is straightforward and uses relaxing eye movements combined with a technique called Voluntary Memory/Image Replacement. This process changes how negative images are stored in the brain. The result is that traumas and difficult life experiences stop being triggers for strong emotions or physical reactions. The best part is that individuals do not need to talk about their traumas with the therapist to achieve success.

Experiential Therapy

Experiential therapy is generally reserved for people experiencing the following:

  • Trauma
  • Eating disorders
  • Behavioral disorders
  • Grief and loss
  • Anger management
  • Substance abuse
  • Addiction
  • Compulsive behaviors, such as gambling

Doctors and therapists also recommend people who wish to be free of emotional pain to try this form of therapy. Experiential therapy can help a person change the nature of their current and future relationships so that they can live up to their full potential. This form of therapy is available in clinical and medical settings, which includes various recovery, treatment, and rehabilitation programs. A person can participate in experiential therapy individually or in a group setting.