Pecan Creek Ranch provides a truly unique client-focused experience in mental health and equine assisted services.
40 years of combined experience
work for you.
Meet the Team
Rebecca J. Hubbard, MS, LMFT
Co-Founder, COO, Clinical Director, Therapist
Rebecca has been a licensed marriage and family therapist since 1994. Since then she has provided treatment to children and families challenged by trauma in their lives. She is certified in Natural Lifemanship as a clinician and equine professional, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Child Parent Psychotherapy. Her experience is vast ranging from providing psychotherapy to children and adults, developing and supervising programs, providing numerous trainings in the area of trauma and evidence base trauma treatment and providing clinical consultation in several evidence base models of treatment. She was one of the authors of Complex Trauma in Children & Adolescents, published in Psychiatric Annals in 2005. She is an affiliate member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Rebecca is also a blog contributor and trainer for The Natural Lifemanship Institute. You can read some of Rebecca's EAP specific professional work in Integrating Horses into Healing.
Co-Founder, CEO, Equine Professional Director, Equine Professional
Reccia has a lifelong love for horses and a strong drive and desire to help people live more meaningful and fulfilling lives. She has been practicing experiential learning and equine assisted psychotherapy and learning since 2007. She has lifetime experience with horses and horsemanship, 3 years of training in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics, and is a trainer and blog contributor for Natural Lifemanship. Reccia has taught and been taught by over 20 therapists in equine assisted psychotherapy as she works alongside them in their therapy sessions as their equine professional. People often confuse Reccia for a therapist because she has so embraced the presence, skills, and lingo from mental health and personal growth that she sometimes sounds like a therapist. Reccia has also contributed to books in the equine assisted services industry and co-authored a book for EAP/L practitioners.
Mrs. Blackmon is a Licensed Psychological Associate with Independent Practice. This means that she has a Master’s Degree in Psychology, and has completed more than 3000 hours of supervised practice in order to practice independently. Mrs. Blackmon is also a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and general EMDR practitioner. She is additionally trained in Internal Family Systems, Somatic Experiencing, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. She is also trained by The Natural Lifemanship Institute as a clinician and Equine Professional. Natural Lifemanship is a Trauma-Focused Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy process.
Mrs. Blackmon has over 30 years of experience as a mental health professional, and has worked in private practices, schools, and non-profit organizations. She has experience working with individuals with disabilities in both the school and equine settings. She is passionate about supporting all people to find their inner strength and resilience, regardless of the challenges they have experienced in life.
Arianna's passion and connection with horses began as a young child. It all began with the horses she owned and cared for, both her own and those she rescued. Her twenty years of horse experience have inspired her to share the powerful healing that can be achieved through a relationship with horses. As a result, she is currently working towards her certification in Natural Lifemanship. With a deep commitment to helping others heal from traumatic experiences, she worked with youth survivors of human trafficking to gain self-trust and a sense of safety. Her work with youth undergoing complex
trauma has strengthened her dedication and commitment to helping others build strong relationships, adopt healthy coping mechanisms, and continue to heal through powerful equine relationships. One of her lifelong passions is guiding others on how to connect with their equine partners and themselves.