Equine-assisted psychotherapy offers a safe, gentle and effective treatment for the effects of emotional, physical and sexual abuse, as well as childhood neglect.
EAP can be an effective way to address the effects of long-term illnesses and conditions — including disability, mental illness, autism and learning difficulties.
EAP is a safe, gentle and increasingly popular alternative to traditional therapies for issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, bipolar & mood disorders, and PTSD.
EAP is effective in tackling problems with drugs and/or alcohol, including dependency and addiction. It helps people to address issues which are preventing progress, and boosts self-esteem.
Equine-assisted psychotherapy is a gentle, effective & credible way to treat soldiers and veterans suffering from combat-related post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD).
Personal issues which are ideal for equine-assisted psychotherapy
We offer equine-assisted psychotherapy services to commissioners and service-providers across a wide range of sectors. However, we encounter particular demand from:
EAP can help individuals to address relationship and communication difficulties – coping with the effects as well as improving the ability to form and sustain healthy relationships.
Equine-assisted psychotherapy can help both perpetrator/s and victim/s to work through the processes of considering, preparing for and planning a restorative-justice meeting, as well as dealing with the after-effects.
EAP can help ex-offenders to address the effects of prison life when returning to mainstream society. It highlights the fact that many of the answers must come from within.
EAP helps improve young offenders’ self-reflection & self-awareness, helping them to make the connection between their attitudes and conduct and the effects on other people.