Pecan Creek Ranch provides a truly unique client-focused experience
Done by professionals who have
40 years of
In mental health & equine assisted services
Pecan Creek Ranch is an 18 acre equine assisted services facility in Georgetown, TX. Our mission is to transform relationships one connection at a time. Our vision is to unlock a world of joy, worthiness, love, healing and untapped potential for all.
We do this by providing excellent quality services ranging from psychotherapy and coaching, to workshops, seminars, and professional consultations. All our services are based on interpersonal neurobiology and the principles of Natural Lifemanship™, and a deep and growing knowledge of trauma-informed care. We partner with horses to help individuals and teams learn and practice the principles that will create healing, safety, and success in their lives.
Fostering healthy connections for all beings
Partnering with horses for healing and growth for both horse and human
Developing sustainable landmark facilities that harness and expand the capacity of all helping professions
Providing professionals with experiences that improve their ability to help others
Changing the way the world understands equine assisted experiences and treatments
Empowering individuals to make the most of their lives one relationship at a time
People Can't Believe How Close We Are!
7 minutes from Georgetown Town Square
2 minutes from intersection of toll road 130 and I35
16 minutes from Round Rock Donuts in Round Rock, TX
26 minutes from Lakeline Mall in Cedar Park, TX
40 minutes from Zilker Park, Austin, TX
Meet The Team
Rebecca Hubbard, LMFT
Rebecca J. Hubbard is a licensed marriage and family therapist with over twenty-three years of experience providing 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 Natural Lifemanship.
Jenn is originally from Washington State and has worked with horses for over 20 years in both recreational riding and training using Natural Horsemanship principles. In 2008 she received her Bachelors Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development and in 2014, a Masters Degree in Family Relationships. In 2012, Jenn transitioned from academia to Arivaca Boys Ranch in Southern Arizona where she served five years as the Equine Director developing their residential equine therapy program. She has completed over 5000 supervised clinical hours including over 2000 TF-EAP hours with clients. Jenn has been using the Natural Lifemanship model in practice since 2015 and is passionate about its principles and effectiveness. She has particular experience working with adolescents with acute trauma history and their caregivers. Jenn also has enjoyed teaching a parenting class for over two and a half years. She is available as an Equine Professional in TF-EAP sessions for therapists in the Austin, TX area.
Reccia Jobe NLC-P, EP
Reccia earned her MBA at Texas Tech University and worked in marketing for Backcountry.com for a few years before returning to her love of horses and desire to help others. She has been practicing experiential learning and equine assisted
psychotherapy and learning for over 10 years. She has over 30 years 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 helped over 20 therapists learn how to effectively practice equine assisted psychotherapy as she works alongside them in their therapy sessions as their equine professional. Her experience in helping others learn how to incorporate EAP into their therapeutic practice is unmatched in an
equine professional. She is available as an Equine Professional for therapists at Pecan Creek Ranch. She also is available to facilitate personal growth and learning, and professional consultations on horsemanship and EAP.