Our Signature Programs

 
 
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LGBTQIA young adults group

This summer, Medicine Horse Program is excited to offer an eight-week group for LGBTQIA young adults looking to deepen their connection to themselves and others. This group is designed to help participants learn to identify and regulate their emotions and connect to themselves, others, and the world around them. These skills are designed to alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety in addition to creating a deeper community connection. 

Working with horses and nature provides a unique insight into our social and emotional challenges.  Horses are excellent at teaching people self-awareness and connection in an honest and non-judgmental way.

Availability

Dates: Every Friday from Friday, June 28 - August 2

Time: 5-7pm.  

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Adults ages 19-30 are invited to attend this 8 week group. Suggested donation: $0-30/session


OPERATION BE HEARD

Operation Be Herd partners with horses to bring a unique approach to emotional and relationship healing. Observing and interacting with horses, we develop insights into concepts such as how to decrease our reactivity, increase our presence and focus, and how to be with difficult and overwhelming emotional experiences.

Working with horses, we engage in activities that teach mindfulness, regulation, and healthy communication. Learning from the herd, we can connect as a group to create a community that promotes growth, learning, and a sense of inner calm.

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Availability

Dates: Fall group starts September 16th, then will run every Monday for 6 weeks.

Time: 5-7pm.  

wHO It’s for

A group for active service members and veterans of all branches of the military.


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JUST SAY WHOA

This group is geared toward teens who are struggling with behaviors such as truancy, substance abuse, emotion regulation,  and low self-esteem. Equine-assisted psychotherapy activities are utilized to develop communication skills, increase emotional self-awareness, build connections and learn boundary setting. Participants are encouraged to identify feelings and explore positive expression of emotions and needs, develop leadership skills and a sense of appreciation and empathy for themselves and others.


Availability

Dates: September 24th, Then every Tuesday for 6 weeks

Time: 5-7pm.  

wHO It’s for

This is a “pay what you can” group. Suggested donation $40/session or $300 for the entire group. No one will be turned away for inability to pay.