Are horses good for anxiety?

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In equine-facilitated psychotherapy, interacting with horses helps clients explore their feelings. ... For years now, children and adults with a range of issues, including ADD, ADHD, autism, eating disorders, abuse, depression, and anxiety, personal and work related, have benefited from equine therapy. There are a few established locations around our local area that offer many different packages such as group sessions, one on one, family etc...  that can be geared to lives personally depending on your needs. With an assessment and scheduled visit, You will meet with a licensed Facilitator or FEEL (Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning)®.

To point you in the right direction and save you time of finding a location, here is an amazing ranch that serves  Kitchener, Waterloo and surrounding areas. Visit Takoda Equine and meet an amazing lady, Diane Murray,  a licensed Facilitator or FEEL (Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning)®. Schedule an appointment with her and she will apply the right  SESSIONS to you personally to help get you back on track.

You may contact Diane Murray via the links below.
WEBSITE
http://www.takodaequine.com
SERVICES OFFERED
http://www.takodaequine.com/services/
CONTACT
http://www.takodaequine.com/contact/
BY PHONE
226 242 4449
APPOINTMENT
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May 3, 2020

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About the Author

Meet Diane Equine. With A Passion And Purpose, Diane Murray Embarked On Her Journey To Become A Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning Facilitator. She Came To Realize She Had Already Been Holding Space To Allow Others To Walk Their Personal Healing And Discovery Journeys To A Better Lifestyle. Also In 2011 Diane Opened Her Home For Specialized Care As A Foster Parent With Nairn Family Homes. She Offers A Loving, Supportive Home Focusing Primarily On Acceptance (Of Self And Others), Attachment, Self-Awareness And Resiliency.

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