Experiential therapies include; Play Therapy, Art Therapy, Bibliotherapy, Music Therapy, Role Playing, Guided Imagery, Psychodrama and so on. They involve actions, movements, and activities rather than the more traditional “talk therapy” It is a therapeutic approach that encourages patients to identify and address hidden or subconscious issues through activities. One of the major advantages of experiential therapies is that the experiences and activities that form the core of process provide opportunities for the therapist to observe the clients in situations where the clients are not focused on the therapy itself. Some of the many benefits of experiential therapy are that clients have the opportunity to experience success, identify obstacles, develop improved self-esteem, and take greater responsibility for their actions. Change, emotional growth, and personal empowerment are also benefits of participating in experiential therapies.