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Hospitality that heals

Crisp linens, warm conversations, nourishing meals, and wide open spaces are all a part of our holistic approach to healing.

Serving the whole person

Heal, restore, and transform at Onsite

From our spacious 250-acre campus in the rolling hills outside of Nashville to our mountain retreat near San Diego, Onsite’s team supports every step of your experience. We pair the finest hospitality with the best clinical minds in the country to guide you toward lasting transformation.

Give yourself the gift of presence

Our holistic care is thoughtfully designed to help you connect to yourself and the community you form at Onsite.

Frequently asked questions

Answers to all your questions about the Onsite experience.

How do I know which experience is right for me?

When you’re ready to take the next step, our trusted admissions team will help guide you to the right program to meet your specific goals and needs. To learn more about which program might be right for you, check out this article.

What is included in my program costs?

In addition to the therapeutic work, your program includes boutique accommodations, meals curated to meet your dietary needs, thoughtfully designed facilities, expansive outdoor space, and hiking trails for exploration and nature-guided healing.

Can I use my phone and computer at Onsite?

One significant benefit of an Onsite experience is being unplugged and removed from life’s distractions. Our experiences are technology-free—guests turn in their electronics at the beginning of each program, and phone use is for emergencies only.

What is Experiential Therapy?

Experiential therapy is an action-oriented model of therapy that goes beyond traditional “talk” therapy. Trauma and pain are stored in the body, and the experiential therapy modality creates opportunities for people to engage their bodies and minds in the therapeutic process through various active techniques.

Will anyone know about my participation?

Onsite has strict confidentiality guidelines to protect participants’ anonymity in accordance with HIPAA guidelines and regulations. View our HIPAA Privacy Statement concerning your health records here.

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