• image1 "We have carefully chosen our best suited horses"
  • image2 "Our expert trainer Martina Doran will always be present during therapy sessions"
  • image3 "When humans learn to be caring and observant of the horse, magic happens"

How can EAT help?

A list of mental and physical conditions where EAT/EAL can help are listed... how can EAT help - read more...

 

What is EAT & EAL?

Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) is the use of animals, specifically horses, to “assist” therapy in humans.. what is EAT/EAL read more...

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Horses used in Equine Psychotherapy (EAT/EAL/EAP)

Equine Psychotherapy HorseHorses are social animals that have complex relationships with their herds. They possess attributes such as patience, co-operation, receptiveness, willingness and a natural orientation towards people.

The power and size of the horse can sometimes be intimidating to some, but we have carefully chosen our horses best suited to Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) for such individuals and our expert trainer Martina Doran will always be present during therapy sessions. Horses can read a person, they can be sensitive to a person’s fears and feelings and are responsive to the persons attitude and direction.

The horse is known to be caring and observant of humans and when humans learn to be caring and observant of the horse, magic happens. This makes horses an ideal conduit to introduce individuals in need of assistance and rehabilitation to the practice of Equine Assisted Therapy.