Horses That Heal
Welcome to Horses That Heal, a non-profit organization associated with psychological counseling services based in Fayetteville/Fort Bragg, North Carolina; we aim to serve at-risk youth as well as active-duty military, retired and/or reserves.
Founded in 1999, EAGALA is the leading international nonprofit association for professionals using equine therapy to address mental health and human development needs. Our vision is that every person worldwide will have access to these services known as Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine...
Healing Hooves Inc.
At Healing Hooves Inc. the goal is to enhance the lives of people of all ages, who are emotionally, developmentally, physically or psychologically challenged, through the use of equine facilitated psychotherapy.
Healing Hooves is an Equine Facilitated Counselling (EFC) and Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) program bringing healing, growth and hope to children, youth, adults and families.
Peaceful Acres Horses, Inc.
The horses at Peaceful Acres are rescued from abandonment, neglect and abuse. Others are retired by their owners to come live in sanctuary at Peaceful Acres. The horses are rehabilitated emotionally and physically to become partners in equine assisted learning and psychotherapy programs for...
Eagle's Ride Equine Center provides lessons in equine activities. The organization also provides equine assisted psychotherapy and equine assisted learning is another service provided. Because the horse acts as a mirror to our emotions, they provide an essential part to the therapy team. Team...
Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center
Opened in 1970 as the first therapeutic riding center built especially for the purpose of serving those with special needs in the United States, the Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center strives to focus on what individuals can accomplish, not on what they cannot.Today, the Cheff Therapeutic Riding...
Animal-assisted therapy and equine-assisted therapy in Canada: surveying the current state of the field, its practitioners, and its practices
| Contributor(s):: Schlote, Sarah M.
Animal-assisted therapy (AAT) and equine-assisted therapy/learning (EAT/L) are innovative techniques in counselling, psychotherapy, mental health, coaching, and other personal growth interventions. Although this field has experienced tremendous growth in the United States, very little is known...
Effect of Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy on Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Youth with History of Maltreatment and Abuse
| Contributor(s):: McCullough, Leslie M.
EFP is right for me. An equine facilitated psychotherapy program for children diagnosed with ADHD or PDD-NOS
| Contributor(s):: Miller, Jenna
Sensory integration theory as applied through equine facilitated psychotherapy with a child diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder
| Contributor(s):: Yeckley, Kevin Arthur
An exploration of the experiences of adolescents who participated in equine-facilitated psychotherapy: A resiliency perspective
| Contributor(s):: Hayden, Amy Jane
Critical elements in a residential treatment program curriculum for adolescents experiencing trauma symptoms and/or posttraumatic stress disorder
| Contributor(s):: Gestrin, Deidre N.
Relationship enhancement for couples using equine facilitated psychotherapy techniques: A model program
| Contributor(s):: Holloway, Annette C.
The effect of equine assisted psychotherapy on coping resiliency
| Contributor(s):: Devine, Julia
Implications of the Literature on Equine-Assisted Activities for Use as a Complementary Intervention in Social Work Practice with Children and Adolescents
| Contributor(s):: Smith-Osborne, Alexa, Selby, Alison
Equine psychotherapy: worth more than just a horse laugh
| Contributor(s):: Tyler, Judith J.
Grants from the Horses & Humans Research Foundation
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The Horses & Humans Research Foundation recently awarded a $50,000 research grant to study the effects of equine-facilitated psychotherapy on young men with PTSD. The study is being led by...
Veterinary Vision, Fall 2008
| Contributor(s):: Claire Eldridge (editor)
Veterinary Vision is a publication of The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. This yearly magazine explores the research, teaching, and outreach services of the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy: The Gap between Practice and Knowledge
| Contributor(s):: Bachi, K.