Equine Therapy - Registration & Schedule
Group sessions: Saturday morning at 10:00 or 11:00am. April 2 - June 11. No class May 28.
Private sessions scheduled by appointment. Wednesday or Saturday afternoons.
PEASE NOTE! Lessons are conducted rain or shine! There are no make-up opportunities for missed lessons unless AaTs needs to cancel class due to unforeseen circumstances.
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Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP)
Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP) is an interactive process with the horse and facilitated by a licensed mental health professional and equine specialist. The horse serves as a kind and willing partner who helps address the psychotherapy goals of the client.
Relationships, self esteem, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, recovering from a crisis or any array of other life transitions and challenges can benefit from this unique treatment approach. Scheduled by appointment. $250/hour.
Designed for the senior population, this memorable visit to the farm includes a discussion time about breeds, markings, equine body language and communication, grooming horses and includes reminiscence time for those who grew up on a farm. Scheduled by appointment. $250/hour.
Horses for Heroes Veterans Program
Mounted or Un-mounted therapeutic equine program designed for Veterans and their families. Please support our benefits and fundraising events for "Horses for "Heroes" which provide financial assistance to those in need of services! Scheduled by appointment.
Attendance Policy: Students are expected to arrive on time for each lesson. New students enter under a trial enrollment period of 1-4 classes. AaTs maintains a wait list.; therefore participants are expected to maintain regular attendance. More than two unexcused absences in a term are cause for dismissal. The same holds true for repeated late arrivals. Riders should know that a late arrival without notice - over 15 minutes- will result in the inability to ride.
There are no make-up opportunities for missed lessons unless AaTs needs to cancel class due to unforeseen circumstances.
Attire: Riders should wear comfortable clothing that does not bind, or restrict, the rider's movement. Footwear is sturdy boots with a quarter inch heel. When weather is chilly, wear several layers that can be easily removed as riders will warm up during the session.
We provide approved riding helmets.
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