When I first began to struggle to get up, my body woke up at the usual time, but instead of throwing my feet out of bed, I rolled over and stayed in bed longer. Within a few weeks, I was staying in bed until the very last moment. I was convinced I was too tired to move...

October 13, 2019

When Juno was released to us and we became responsible for her treatment, we were prepared to help her overcome this potentially traumatic situation and turn it into an opportunity to build resilience. We knew what we had to do to keep her from experiencing post-trauma...

October 3, 2019

My throat tightened up, and I couldn't coordinate the movements of my mouth to get an intelligible word or sentence out. I knew I was dysregulated, and I knew I was frozen. I was aware that my body was freezing like it did the time an angry neighbor threw a tire ir...

September 13, 2019

My lack of rhythm was so embarrassing that my partner once stood me in front of a full-length mirror and told me to practice snapping my fingers to a song. I remember standing in front of the mirror, snapping my fingers. I could not find the beat. My partner generously...

September 7, 2019

If you had asked me if that experience was traumatic, I would have said at the time, but not any longer. I would have been wrong. Sometimes, we do not know...

August 24, 2019

Three weekends ago there were two mass shootings — one in El Paso, Texas and the other in Dayton, Ohio. I few days before that there was another mass shooting in Gilroy, California. It is difficult not to feel discouraged and to believe that there is little that one pe...

It sounds good on the surface. For small disappointments, it may be, but for handling bigger things, like trauma, it doesn’t work at all.

I wanted his experience at our office to be a pleasant experience and not a frightening one. I decided to take him to feed some of our horses. Sometimes interacting with our horses helps children feel calmer and more safe at our office.

The bottom line answer is it costs more because clients get more. Horses bring additional opportunities to sessions and to clients. They do not pretend and they do not have agendas.

Since equine professionals and mental health professionals must go through a process of accreditation to be TF-EAP providers, they speak the same therapeutic language. They both understand interpersonal neurobiology and how trauma impacts a person’s functioning.

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