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equine assisted psychotherapy

Navajo Veteran Wants to Heal Others With Wild Horses

This article is still worth while even with the misinformation about how wild horses effect the environment. Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy will be offered here at Habitat for Horses. Habitat for Horse’s upcoming newsletter will feature an article on this program. It is good to see these types of therapy used throughout our country. To receive our Full Article

This Wild Horse Couldn’t Be Tamed – Until He Met A Disabled Boy.

Horses, even wild horses, have an innate sense of our true intentions. In turn, they are honest with us. This is why Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy is growing in popularity as ...Full Article

How a rescued horse can offer humans therapy

From: Galveston Daily News By: Jerry Finch The cold, north wind chilled the almost lifeless young horses as they lay in the filth of the dark stalls in a ...Full Article

Group helps those affected by shooting heal – with horses

Many of our readers will remember our story on Jessica Rekos, one of the students at Sandy Hook Elementary who loved horses, back when the Newtown, CT shooting first ...Full Article

The Sanctuary

This week I passed another milestone on the highway of life. To celebrate, let’s turn off the path for a bit, sit down under this old oak tree and ...Full Article