Equine Assisted Therapy: Teamwork

As a loner, teamwork has to be one of the things that I find most difficult to do. The larger the group, the less I verbalize and the more I retreat into the background. As our group is small (3 altogether) it is easier for me to deal with. However, through choice I am not…

Equine Assisted Therapy: Observation, Energy and Exercise.

After my sessions of equine assisted therapy, I like to take a little time to reflect and deconstruct what has occurred within that 90 minutes. If I take too much time before I write it up on this blog, I’m in danger of losing all the important information. So, I’m treading a fine line. Hence…

Working On Energy During Equine Assisted Therapy

Energy is another key aspect of equine assisted therapy and is one thing I neglected to mention in my previous post. Every living thing gives off energy but it’s easy to forget just how important those vibes are when communicating with others. On wednesday (25th) I had a little alone time with T (16hh bay…

Week One: Equine Assisted Therapy

The way I’m going to write about this course of equine assisted therapy will be like this: It will be all about my experiences during the course, not including anyone else. It won’t be a step by step guide or a First we did this, then we did this and this happened, kind of thing….