Horses are ideal teachers; once individuals are taught the basics of working safely with a horse, he or she can become the leader that the horse seeks. When the horse feels safe, the individual can easily get the horse to do what is asked of it.
The Equine Assisted Learning programs help participants overcome barriers when faced with change, aid in reconnecting and developing relationships, accept responsibility and accountability, find opportunities to work together, and realize the benefits associated with effective communication. The Equine Facilitated Wellness programs are about taking on trauma, emotional issues, substance abuse, poor communication skills and the inability to work with others. Both are conducted in small group settings and have mental health and equine professionals involved.
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