Equine Assisted Therapy

An Equine Assisted Therapeutic program, available for both group and private sessions, is well-suited for children and adults facing physical, mental, and emotional challenges. The incorporation of horses into the therapeutic process, known as Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT), is particularly beneficial for individuals struggling with the cultivation of trust, confidence, and empathy. This approach aids in fostering emotional awareness, developing social skills, and imparting lessons in impulse control and problem-solving. The hands-on, supervised nature of this therapy involves activities such as feeding, washing, and grooming horses, as well as leading and being led on horseback. Each participant undergoes an individual evaluation to tailor the therapy to their unique needs.