At Medicine Horse, our therapists and interns offer Equine-facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP) to individual clients. Equine-facilitated psychotherapy (EFP) focuses on partnering with the horses to create connections and build relationships as the main objective of the process. The purpose of the sessions is to explore what it means to connect with horses and each other.
Most of us have experienced the healing power of nature and animals at some point in our lives. Working with horses allows us to challenge behavioral patterns that are no longer effective, learn how to be in relationship with others, correct false self-beliefs, heal deep wounds, and more.
Equine-facilitated Psychotherapy is an effective modality for those who:
have experienced trauma
are struggling with interpersonal relationships
need help with emotion regulation
struggle with self-connection and self-awareness
prefer to be outside
love and respect animals
need an alternative to “talk” therapy
are too young for traditional therapy
have tried other modalities, and feel stuck
Medicine Horse Program strives to offer affordable EFP for individuals. Our interns and licensed clinicians offer services ranging from $5-120+/session.
We do not accept insurance at this time.
Please note: at this time, we are not able to work with clients who are looking for support in a legal situation, have a history of violence towards other beings, or are in a high conflict family situation.
If you’d like to see one of our interns or licensed professionals, please fill out the form below and someone will get in touch with you soon!
**Our interns are currently not accepting new clients. The rate for our licensed clinicians ranges from $75-120+/session. If you are interested in working with one of our interns, be sure to check back later!
If you are in crisis, please seek help immediately
Below are some options for immediate support
Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to reach a 24-hour crisis center available through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Text MHA to 741741 to connect with a trained Crisis Counselor from Crisis Text Line.
Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
If you are in need of support, but not in crisis, consider reaching out to a warmline. Warmlines offer a place to call when you just need to talk to someone. Speaking to someone on these calls is typically free, confidential, and run by people who understand what it’s like to struggle with mental health problems. Find a warmline at mhanational.org/warmlines.
Please email us with any questions or feedback:
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