The term “milieu” refers to a setting or environment; milieu therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves forming therapeutic communities among groups of clients who meet for treatment sessions.
Wilderness therapy combines psychotherapy sessions and wilderness, and uses an outdoor milieu that is structured to provide a safe environment for clients to develop coping skills.
Forest therapy is an outdoor, guided healing practice. It is also referred to as nature therapy, forest bathing, and shinrin-yoku. This practice focuses on mindfully immersing oneself in nature by using all five senses to experience the environment.
Transactional analysis (TA) is a valuable resource for people who want to explore their ego states and unconscious life scripts to improve their personal development, self-awareness, and relationship skills.
The Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS) is a self-report tool that measures an individual’s ability to practice mindfulness in their day-to-day life.
Accelerated resolution therapy (ART) shows promise as a brief intervention for people with trauma-related conditions. ART draws on EMDR, CBT, experiential therapies, Gestalt therapy, and exposure therapy.
Stress inoculation training (SIT) is a therapeutic intervention that helps clients learn how to manage stress before they experience it to protect themselves from anxiety and fear when exposed to triggers.