Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect in a session?
Participants will meet our heard of horses and chose a horse partner to work with
each week. While working toward their therapeutic goals, clients will learn how to
build a trusting relationship with their selected horse partner they have chosen and
gain skills understanding nonverbal communication, tracking arousal level n horses
and why it matters and learning how to read and respond to horse body language.
*Please Note: We do not ride in our therapy sessions.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Session - $200-$300
Relationship-Based Horsemanship - $125
Equine Assisted Learning - $125
What type of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, check, HSA cards, and credit cards.
Do you take insurance?
No. We are considered an out-of-network provider.
We can provide you with the necessary
paperwork for reimbursement by your insurance company.
What if I don't have horse experience?
No problem! Our sessions are conducted on the ground, and
no previous horse experience is necessary.
What if I need to cancel an appointment?
If an appointment is missed with less than 24-hour notice, you will be billed the full fee. Cancellation/rescheduling messages may be left on our confidential voicemail or emailed.
If sessions are held outside, what happens during bad weather?
If there is inclement weather during your session time we will move
your session to a telehealth session.
We will cancel due to weather if:
The weather is below 32 degrees
The weather is above 110 degrees
Thunder/Lightening - if the forecast is predicting (60% or higher) rain, thunder, or lightning during your session time, we will cancel your session and give an alternative makeup date.
Rain - if it's raining during your session time, sessions will be moved inside our therapy office.
If a session is canceled due to weather, you will not be billed for the session.
*We will let you know about weather cancellations as soon as possible,
usually within 2 hours of your session.
What should I wear?
Our counseling sessions are conducted outside, so you must dress appropriately:
closed-toed shoes or boots, no sandals. Not having proper footwear will limit ability to interact with horses.
We recommend dressing in layers, gloves, and a hat in colder weather temps.
In the summer we recommend cool clothing, a hat, sunblock, and water.
What is the next step?
We understand that counseling can be a costly investment. You can
contact us to set up a complimentary consultation to see
if our equine services are a good fit for you and your family.
We look forward to meeting you!