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Experiential Unity Theory and Model


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Table of Contents

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Chapter 1 A brief history of group therapy
Chapter 2 Cultural influences impacting healing
Chapter 3 Bridging Indigenous and Western healers
Chapter 4 Experiential Unity theory and model
Chapter 5 Facilitator skills and complementary components of the model
Chapter 6 Examples of other tools and process
Chapter 7 Conclusion
About the Author

About the Author

Alyson Quinn practices as a counselor and group therapist in Vancouver, Canada.


This approach to group work is worth taking a look at. It is a strength-focused model that incorporates the whole person and gets right to the essential issues while being efficient with group time. As a group facilitator using these tools I found it effective and honoring of clients' experiences. The use of body movement in group is also an essential element that helps the transformation process.
*Michael Koo, MA, Registered Clinical Counselor*

Alyson Quinn has put together a therapeutic technique which can help people to find their authenticity and live their lives free of the life imposed upon them by authority figures. By confronting the issues in a caring group setting true healing of one's life can occur and the mind, body, and spirit all benefit from the change.
*Bernie Siegel M.D., author of A Book of Miracles and Faith, Hope & Healing*

Experiential Unity Theory—AKA Soul Theory—allows the clients to transcend the confines of their intellects and go to deeper ground where profound change can take place. Quinn offers therapists and clients creative tools for uniting their psyche with their soul. An essential element if authentic transformation is to take place in the individual. Grounded in the roots of Jung, Erickson, R.D. Laing, Satir, and most importantly the traditional knowledge of First peoples, Experiential Unity Theory is a necessity for any group therapist who knows the habituated ways of doing group therapy are not leading to substantial change for the client.
*Crystal Allinott, MSW, Psychotherapist*

How to unlock the body, mind, and emotions that have been frozen in depression, anxiety or other maladies? Alyson Quinn has found the way through movement, yoga, music, and self reflection. Her book describes a brilliant and holistic way to provide integrative healing.
*Cris Boyd, M.Ed., Registered Clinical Counselor*

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