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Changing lives,
one connection
at a time. 

Image by 🇸🇮 Janko Ferlič

Our Mission
We are a non-profit dedicated to providing
a safe haven for horse-human trauma recovery


We use a trauma and attachment approach to build relationships with horses and humans.


We believe in safeguarding the needs of our Generous horses and giving them a voice and choice in daily life and therapy sessions.



Safe Haven - We care for and cultivate a healing and restorative space for horses, humans, and our shared Ecosystem.

We acknowledge the value and benefit of the human-animal bond and what horses can bring to the therapeutic setting. Our Generous Horses are capable of authentic, connected relationships, serving as guides, partners, and a regulated nervous system to enrich your therapy experience, creating a lasting shift beyond the therapeutic benefits of just being around animals.

To heal relational trauma through somatic connections with horses and humans in nature.


Education and leadership around trauma-informed holistic horsemanship and horse care practices.




Forming partnerships with individuals and groups in the community that are stewards of the environment and advocates for the holistic care of people and animals.


Creating volunteer opportunities that allow access to/and education about horses and the environment through permaculture and land sustainability.

What is Equine Assisted Psychotherapy?

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is a form of mental health therapy incorporating horses within a peaceful environment supporting emotional growth and healing.  

Our Licensed Therapy team consists of a Mental health professional, an Equine specialist, and your chosen horse partner to support and guide you on your healing journey, whatever that looks like. 

Because our sessions do not take place in a typical therapy setting, we are considered by many to be an "alternative form of therapy."

However, despite our nontraditional platform (outside, in nature, connecting with horses and the environment), our practice and therapy model is evidenced-based, and our services are trauma and attachment informed. 

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