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 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...

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.

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.

September 12, 2018

This can be a scary idea when you feel like you don't have control over what your senses are exposed to. But there is a hopeful side to this as well. It means that your brain can change when you change the type of sensory input it receives. Sure, there is some of i...

He says in a voice that is barely audible, “My horse won’t pass the gate.” The boy stops short of the gate and turns around. Again, we watch them attach and go around the pen. This time I notice not only does he slow down, but all the energy appears to drain from his b...

August 25, 2018

However, building a healthy relationship with a horse can seem much less emotionally threatening, allowing the brain to explore and create new pathways for relating with self, others, and the world around you in a healthier way.

When attempting to change patterns of relating with oneself and others, it is not enough to talk through issues. To make lasting change, a person must create new neural pathways in the brain. That is they must engage in doing new behaviors and having new experiences.

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