Children attend sessions twice a week accompanied by a licensed therapist with a master’s degree in social work who is certified by EAGALA, Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association. Our advanced horse specialist certified by EAGALA also is in attendance during all therapy sessions.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy is an approach to professional counseling that helps clients of all ages address behavioral, emotional, spiritual and relational issues using a horse as an intervention tool. EAP is a non-threatening and action-oriented team approach to counseling that includes a licensed counselor, horse professional, and horse. EAP helps clients cope with change and develop positive means of facing life’s struggles through the use of team-building activities with horses.