Experiential therapy is different from traditional therapy methods where the client simply talks to a therapist about their issues. This method uses expressive tools and methods to facilitate the re-enactment and re-experiencing of emotions from past and present situations. The tools used include; props, art, music, symbolic images, narrating stories, play-acting and taking care of animals. Through the activities, the client is able to relive past and present situations that may have affected their lives. As the activities progress, the client recognizes the emotions that they link with success, shame, responsibility and frustration. The therapist then guides the client to explore the root of these feelings. This allows them to seek healing from the emotional trauma caused by these situations.