Equine Assisted Therapy

Research has found that animal assisted interventions have been helpful in reducing mood symptoms, increasing self-esteem, developing self-awareness, mindfulness, and boundaries.

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01

Who provides EA therapy?

At this time, clinical director, Lillyana Morales is the only clinician who provides Equine Assisted Therapy. She has been trained through Natural Lifemanship.

02

How long have you been working with horses?

I have been around horses for over 2 decades. Whether it was riding, volunteering, teaching, or any number of activities that could include a horse. Horses have been a huge part of my life and my own healing journey.

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Do I have to ride a horse?

Nope. While some people enjoy horseback riding you do not have to ride a horse to experience the psychological and therapeutic benefits associated with equine assisted therapy.

04

Where are the horses located?

Southern Massaschusetts.