EQUINE ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY
Experience growth and life-changing outcomes.
Equine assisted psychotherapy provides a non-verbal pathway to understanding yourself and the world around you.
Our trained mental health professionals harness the special intuitive power of the horse-human relationship to support you as you heal, grow and work towards your individual goals.
PROGRAM IN ACTION
Equine assisted psychotherapy is a truly unique approach to therapy that helps you to explore your emotions and make positive changes in your life. Our experienced mental health professionals use a range of activities such as horse handling, grooming, and groundwork to develop your skills, improve your mental health, and help you achieve your goals.
HOW WE INCORPORATE HORSES
Did you know horses are intelligent animals and highly sensitive to their environments? They are able to instinctively analyse and react to human body language and other nonverbal cues. Horses are able to provide us with invaluable insights about areas of our lives we may not be fully aware of.
Our Equine Assisted Psychotherapy is based in groundwork and provides an opportunity for people to process and grow from their experiences. The physical, social, and emotional interactions that people have with the horses during these sessions often lead to positive breakthroughs in behaviours and personal growth which many consider to be transformative.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE
Equine assisted psychotherapy is available to anyone from 6 years of age and upwards. Sessions are available for individuals or groups.
We also offer tailored programs to assist companies with leadership and team-building activities. With the help of our horses and trained specialists, we will work with you to help develop cohesion, inclusion, and connection within your teams.
HOW TO ENROL
If you are interested in participating in our Equine Assisted Psychotherapy program at McIntyre Centre, please phone 07 3868 1765 or email us at email@example.com to find out more.
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