Experiential Unity Theory and Model was devised to address the current concerns dominating the field of group therapy and individual counseling. It is vital that any healing modality address the root of the distress being presented. More and more clients are disconnected from their souls, and that is the principal cause of the levels of depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, anger, and other symptoms that are evident at disturbing levels in society today. Treatments from a cognitive behavioral perspective have a tendency to intellectualize clients' experiences and therefore may present barriers to the necessary soul-based healing. The Experiential Unity Theory and Model is integrative, it includes the mind, body, spirit, and emotions in its treatment and therefore is able to provide a healing milieu whereby clients can address the core of their problems and heal fully.