The Experiential Training Institute focuses on the theoretical basis for experiential methodologies. This training can benefit professionals in therapy and counseling, teaching, service fields, other helping professionals, and individuals within leadership roles.
Participants gain hands-on experience in applying experiential methods when treating clients with trauma, addiction, sexual and intimacy issues, eating disorders, codependency and low self-worth. Additionally, there is an emphasis on visual communication, experiential teaching, and presenting a “learning by doing” method whether in therapy, the classroom, or the boardroom. Basic psychodrama techniques are also reviewed. The training combines presentations by skilled professionals in the field, small-group practice sessions, case studies and topical sessions focusing on particular applications. Thirty contact hours are available at this institute.
Onsite is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.
Ted Klontz, Ph.D.
Dr. Ted Klontz (Psychology) is based in Nashville, Tennessee and is an author of six books, a published researcher, a trainer, a workshop designer/facilitator, and a consultant/troubleshooter to individuals, businesses, entertainment management groups, The Defense Department, Members of Congress, collegiate and professional athletes, and high profile individuals and families. He is a noted pioneer in the development and application of unique tools and techniques for helping people change self-defeating behaviors. Over the last 20 years, he has been a major influence in the development of and empirical testing of Onsite’s renowned Experiential Therapy Model.