EAPD is about self discovery with the horse's aid in feeling emotion and internal balance as well as working through challenges, confidence building, leadership, and problem solving to improve ones mental and physical health.
Horses helping humans heal and grow by assisting with personal discovery in building self confidence, self worth and helping to become great leaders
Incorporating our Equine Assisted Learning session with developing new skills in working with horses.
Starting from the ground up, lessons include safety around horses, grooming, tacking and maintenance, as well as basic riding knowledge at walk and trot.
Tackling youth and teen challenges including risk taking, defiant behaviour, suicide, bullying, leadership, self esteem, body imaging, and social stressors with the assistance of equine partners.
Private, confidential sessions, using horses for individuals having experienced the stressors of dealing with emergency scenes, being a first responder or a family member of a first responder.
**This program is available, but not limited to: Firefighters, Police, EMS, Corrections, Nurses, Doctors, Funeral Services, Tow Truck Drivers, Military personnel and their Families**
Personal growth & development program with the help of our horses to assist with those individuals who have experienced impact with pregnancy or postpartum
Assisting individuals with personal growth in clarification of goals and objectives, identifying life obstacles, and moving forward.
Assisting individuals with personal growth who have experienced hurt and trauma, including but not limited to abandonment, death, adoption, suicide, and PTSD.
Horses helping those who have experienced trying family dynamics including single parenting, blended families, crisis management and reconciliation.
With equine partners assisting in the mental and emotional impact of such issues including cancer, dementia, heart attacks and strokes, as well as other major illnesses.
Equine Assisted Learning team building sessions. Learn to work together with something a little different.
Ideal for groups of four to twelve people.