Looking for a trained Experiential Therapist? Below are links to ASET therapists, separated by state/province. If you are looking for a therapist in an area not listed here, please contact us as ASET does have therapists who have chosen not to be listed online.
Nancy Bailey PhD, CCDP/D, CET II
|Address:||PO Box 1156, Congress, AZ 85332|
20+ years of experience in Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Eating Disorders, Adult Children of Addiction and Trauma. Uses Experiential, CBT, REBT and Empowerment/Feminist Therapy in her Individual and Group Counseling.
Tonya A. Thompson CET II
|Address:||Tucson, AZ 85728|
14+ years of experience in Trauma, Depression, Grief/Bereavement, Addiction, HIV/AIDS, Sexuality Issues and Emotional-Release Techniques. In her private practice she practices individual, marital/partnered, family, and group psychotherapy and offers workshops on various topics.
Tonya also provides experiential workshops and does lectures on various topics at The Meadows in Wickenburg, AZ and has personally trained with Pia Mellody.
Jean M. Campbell LCSW, CET III, TEP
Action Institute of California
|Address:||P.O. Box 277, Cardiff, CA 92007|
18+ years experience working in the addictions, codependency, trauma and bodywork arenas. Jean trains clinicians on a national and international basis on Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy, as well as Psychodramatic Bodywork®. She offers trainings and consultations in clinical, corporate and medical settings and is committed to using action to effect change on a body, mind and spiritual level.
Upcoming Trainings (please visit Jean's website for further information):
CP/TEP Exam Preperation Classes
TEP Exam preparation once a month via Skype
CP Exam preparation twice a month via Skype
Jean M. Campbell, LCSW, CET III, TEP
Founder and Director
310-909-9780 / email@example.com
Margaret A. O'Hara MS, NCC, LPCC, LMHC, CET II
|Address:||741 Garden View Court, Suite 208, Encinitas, CA 92024|
Margaret is a Clinical Supervisor and Masters-Level Licensed Therapist who works with individuals, couples and groups. She has 25+ years experience with certification in experiential therapy, substance abuse and school counseling. In addition to experiential therapy, she utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and a strengths-based approach to work with the following specialties: alcohol and substance abuse, anxiety, college and career counseling, depression, behavioral addictions, eating disorders, grief and loss, LGBT, military, parenting skills, stress-related difficulties, transitions and trauma. Margaret is a Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) for clients in CA (LPCC) and NY (LMHC).
Suzanne Carter M.A., L.P.C., CET II
Unity Center for Spiritual Wholeness
Suzanne has over 28 years experience as a therapist. She blends both psychological and spiritual perspectives so that clients and their issues can be addressed holistically. She provides a safe and supportive environment for exploring and resolving obstacles to growth and well being. Specialty areas include Individual and Group Psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, children and families; Grief Recovery; Equine Assisted Psychotherapy; Couples Therapy including pre-marital counseling; Abuse/Trauma; Codependency; Parenting, Grief, healing blocks to wholeness; Psychodrama Groups and Coaching.
Suzanne also holds workshops on codependency, overcoming phobias, relationship issues, parenting, women's issues, death and dying, grief and loss and couple's workshops.
Barbara Teal ICADC, CET II
Barbara's areas of expertise are Drug and Alcohol, ACOA and Codependency Counseling. She is also a Group Leader at Onsite.
Kathryn G. Ellis LCSW, CRAADC, BCD, CET III
|Address:||3701 South Lindbergh Blvd, Ste. 205, St. Louis MO 63127|
25+ years of experience in Sexual Abuse Recovery, 12-Step Recovery, Sexual Addiction Recovery and Family of Origin. Uses Group Psychotherapy using Experiential Techniques, Cognitive and Experiential Therapy in her Individual, Couples and Group Counseling.
Joseph P. Carlino LCSW-R, CASAC, CET II, CP, PAT
|Address:||4138 West Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY 14623|
30+ years working with trauma, anger management, depression. In addition, facilitates group using sociometry. Works with family using spontaneity and creativity flushing out the emotions and relationships with family members to help clear up communication. Mr. Carlino is adept with couples counseling using Imago therapy coupled with psychodramatic methods such as role reverse and doubling when needed. Is currently a certified practitioner in psychodrama and is also a PAT working towards certification as a Trainer Educator Practitioner in psychodrama. Mr. Carlino's gentle, authentic and genuine way is what is needed when facilitating trauma.
Angela Schmidt Fishbaugh MEd., CET II
|Address:||5785 Pre-Emption Rd., Dundee, NY 14837|
Angela has many years of experience working with early primary children. Angela has worked with the incarcerated population, on-going adult therapy groups and has been a member of The Finger Lakes Psychodrama Center. She is the author of two books "Seeking Balance in an Unbalanced World," and "Celebrate Nature." Angela seeks to help those who work with our greatest resource, our children.
Calixte Stamp LMHC, CASAC, CET I, HTP
Integrated Healing Inc.
|Address:||11 Atlantic Street, East Hampton, NY 11937|
20+ years of experience in Addiction, Trauma and Energy Healing. Uses Experiential, Addiction and Jungian Therapy in her Individual, Couple and Group Counseling. Calixte also specializes in Interventions.
Randy Gaul CET, BA, CAAP
Breakthrough at Caron
|Address:||P.O. Box 150, Wernersville, PA 19565|
Randy has worked at Caron since January 1988 facilitating experiential therapy in the former 5 ˝ day codependency program and now within the Breakthrough at Caron program. He has also facilitated off-site relationship healing workshops, counselor training using action methods, and workshops addressing the inner critic and self-esteem.
Nancy Zink MA, MSW, CET II
Counseling with Grace
|Address:||322 East Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552|
10+ years of experience treating families of addiction, recovery support, codependency, childhood trauma, and individual and partner growth. Uses Experiential, Psychodrama, Expressive Arts and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in her individual, couples and group therapy.
Nancy holds a weekly group which focuses on family of origin issues and relationship issues. Workshops are offered on personal, partner and family growth.
Her mailing address is Box 451, Mount Joy, PA 17552.
Dave Jetson MS, LPC-MH, CET II
|Address:||636 St. Anne St. Suite 201, Rapid City, SD 57701|
Dave is a licensed counselor in the state of South Dakota where he practices and is owner of Jetson Counseling. Dave is a group leader at Onsite and in his practice specializes in all forms of trauma as well as the Psychology of money. Dave has developed a number of real money exercises that he offers in his money workshops that can be experienced through Onsite. Dave has clients across the country and even out of the country where he offers individual and intuitive experiential group counseling services over the internet. Dave also does public speaking in and out of the county.
Kent D. Fisher LPC, MHSP, MAC, CADAC, CET II
Experiential Healing Center
|Address:||1713 Lockett Place, Memphis, TN 38104|
15+ years of experience in Codependency, Trauma, Sexuality Issues and Addictions Therapy. Uses Experiential Therapy in his Individual, Couples, Family and Group Counseling.
Joan Furman MSN, RN, AHN-BC, CET II
|Address:||5721 Knob Rd, Nashville, TN 37209|
15+ years of experience in holistic approaches to counseling grief, loss, illness and trauma. Uses Experiential Therapy, EMDR, Art, Imagery, Story Telling, Energetic Healing and Psychodrama.
Joan also holds workshops in meditation, forgiveness, women over 50, and Reiki. She holds biannual trips abroad for groups with continuing education focus, facilitates weekend Experiential Therapy intensives and ongoing Experiential Therapy groups. In addition to her private practice, Joan is also a group leader at Onsite Workshops and has had faculty appointments at Tennessee State University and Vanderbilt University.
Bill Lokey MA, SLPE
|Address:||1044 Old Highway 48 N, Cumberland Furnace, TN 37051|
Bill has a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University and is licensed as a Senior Psychological Examiner. As a therapist he has worked with individuals and couples struggling with addictions, depression, anxiety, ADHD, grief & loss, and helping many who have lost their passion or motivation in life. Much of his work has been with high profile entertainers in the music business and with physicians & health care professionals.
Bill currently serves as the clinical director of Onsite. His priorities as clinical director are to insure the clinical integrity of Onsite programs, to support group leaders in every way possible and promote the growth of their clinical skills and other professionals with our training institutes, to provide “ridiculous” service to our participants, to encourage Onsite staff to live what we teach, and to have a spiritual center to all our work.
Lois E. Thomson-Bowersock MA, LCDC, ADC-II, CET II
|Address:||1733 Woodstead Court, Suite 101, The Woodlands, TX 77380|
10+ years of experience in Chemical Dependency, Eating Disorders and Families Affected by Addictive Behaviors. Uses Experiential, Cognitive Behavior Therapy and REBT in her Individual, Couples and Group Counseling and Intensive Therapeutic Retreats. Lois also does speaking engagements and workshops which focus on her areas of expertise.
Please note that this information is provided as a service only. ASET members in good standing have met and are committed to the maintenance of minimal standards of training in Experiential Therapy. Since each client's needs are unique and each provider's skills and experience is also unique, ASET, its officers and employees does not warrant any provider or service they might offer. Clients should carefully investigate each potential resource listed here to determine whether or not the resource is appropriate for their needs. While every effort is made to keep this information up-to-date and accurate, ASET cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information.