Therapeutic riding is a dynamic way to improve balance, joint mobility, coordination, muscle tone and posture. It is extremely beneficial to children and adults with diagnosis such as cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, brain injuries, and other physical or mental impairments.
Services for Heroes
Queen of Hearts Equine Services for Heroes offers 10 equine therapy sessions free of charge to America's heroes. We work with past and present first responders and military service personel. Programs offered have helped our heroes who deal with physical and emotional injuries. Professional counselors and equine specialist teach the injured how to work with concerns or issues in their lives through the power of the horse.
Psychotherapy and Learning
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) consists of a treatment plan-based service offered to those individuals, dyads or families seeking help for issues related to, but not limited to the following: anger management, depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, anxiety, grief & loss, relationship difficulties, communication skills, parenting, and impulse control.
Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is a goal-based service offered to groups seeking skill development in the areas of, but not limited to the following: team building, leadership training, problem solving, and improved functioning at the work place.