This three-session program consists of weekly 180-minute equine assisted therapy sessions. Each session consists of content sharing, interactive discussion, equine and/or expressive arts activity(s) to assist in the participant's learning.
This program was designed to augment a County Juvenile Substance Abuse Court program. It has proven to be beneficial in both court and non-court related youth programs. Primary focus is to assist the youth participant in better understanding their blocks and identifying their strengths resulting in a more successful recovery journey. This four-week program consists of weekly 75-minute equine assisted learning sessions.
The focus of this program is to assist intact team members with enhancing their individual and overall team effectiveness. The two-day program consists of two eight hour equine assisted learning sessions with at-work team and individual assignment between the non-consecutive sessions.
This program consists of a 10-week EAGALA Model Equine Assisted Learning curriculum for pre-adolescents and adolescents and their parent, centered on the H.O.R.S.E. Model. Includes bridging tools: Make it Stick Items and H.O.R.S.E.work to continue the learning. Also contains a research component and tips for working with individuals with FASD.
The objective of this program is on teaching and practicing life skills for recovery - the focus is on habilitation versus rehabilitation and on a therapeutic intervention versus a recreational event. This three-week program consists of weekly three-hour equine assisted learning sessions with an optional 75-minute process group held the following day at the Client Organization.
The program consists of six 90-minute equine assisted learning (therapy) sessions with an optional 45-minute process group held the following day of each session at the participant organization, if applicable.
The focus of this program is to assist individuals, families and friends in experiencing emotions that are present when facing a terminal illness or other loss. This program can be adapted to work with multiple age levels and family structures.
This twelve-week program consists of weekly 120-minute equine assisted learning sessions and alternating 90 to 120 minute non-equine experiential learning sessions.
Adult Recovery Group Program. This six-week program consists of weekly 90-minute equine assisted learning sessions with an optional 75-minute process group held the following day.