Dealing with Depression or Anxiety
The OTD, 710 Psychosocial students at Huntington University's Occupational Therapy Program visited Summit Equestrian Farm in Fort Wayne, Indiana, to learn about EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) Programs.
Introducing ALPHA-Stim. Do you need a better way to relieve pain, control anxiety, fight depression, or treat insomnia? Maybe you’ve tried prescription medications, but they haven’t worked as planned. Perhaps you haven’t tried pills or shots yet because you have well-founded concerns about side effects, interactions, and even addiction.
Treatment packages are now available at Healing Hoof Steps. Visit www.Alpha-Stim.com to learn more about the benefits. Treatments range from 20-60 minutes each.
HOOFSTEPS4HEROES launched in January of 2021 to provide camaraderie, healing and self discovery to veterans from the saddle. This program is made possible by the support of local organizations like Cox Communications, Defenders of Freedom Florida and HOPE Matters. There is NO COST to veterans who qualify for this 6 week therapeutic riding program.
EAGALA provides services for Active Duty and Veterans of all branches of our Armed Forces. Watch and learn how horses are helping the healing process.
Other Local Equine Programs &
Support Service Organization Links
Therapeutic Riding Services
The National Geographic Channel has featured Equine Assisted Therapy several times.
Healing Hoof Steps Equine Assisted Therapy and Therapeutic Riding
First Responder Services
Current Services Available
All sessions provided by Licensed Mental Health Counselors or PATH Certified Riding Instructors
Women & Family Services
Located in Crestview, Florida
T.R.A.C.S. Program for At-Risk youth
MANE POWER Corporate Team Building Workshops
A 501(c)3 Organization
The EAGALA Model uses a treatment team consisting of a licensed mental health provider, a Certified Equine Specialist and horses. Watch to learn how a typical session looks.
Looking for Equine Assisted Therapy Programs in other states? Check out www.EquineTherapyNetwork.org to see over 1,700 programs and how to contact them!