5 Helpful Tips for Managing the Symptoms of ADHD

By Blake Ruble, Founder, Alliance Experiential Who among us doesn’t find themselves occasionally struggling to stay on task or remaining focused while someone is giving instructions? Being distracted is a very common human condition that can no doubt be annoying and frustrating. But when someone uses the phrase, “Oh, I am so ADHD!” it can […]

6 Stress Management Skills in the Time of COVID-19

By Blake Ruble, Founder, Alliance Experiential In what feels like a minute, life has been dramatically altered due to the advent of the coronavirus crisis. In just a few short weeks, Americans went from being free-spirited, social beings to feeling somewhat like caged animals. While the experts attempt to work out the ever-changing policies to […]

How Experiential Therapy and Movement Helps Teens with Autism

Imagine moving through life with a diminished ability to recognize the synchronicity of your own body parts. For a teen with autism, a lack of spatial awareness can cause them to be a bit clumsy, not fully grasping how their body position or movements might impact their environment or the people in it. This can […]

How Experiential Therapy Can Get Your Teen Talking

Even for adults, entering into a therapeutic relationship and beginning dialogue about your struggles can be extremely daunting.  So it should shock no one that teenagers will often struggle to engage in traditional elements of talk therapy and psychoanalysis.  Add in the fact that most teenagers attend therapy at the behest of their parents, and […]

Improving Client Outcomes through Experiential Therapy

“…nobody can stand truth if it is told to him. Truth can be tolerated only if you discover it yourself because then, the pride of discovery makes the truth palatable.” -Fritz Perls Just a few days ago, I was sitting and having coffee with a new colleague who shared my interest and passion for experiential […]