New Research supporting Equine Therapy programs

The anecdotal evidence has been extensive, but the “research” has been limited. This is primarily because of the very nature or work with horses. Every encounter is different and fluid based on a huge number of variables. So, this new research is a welcome addition to the body of knowledge in our field. Thank you Kay Trotter, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S, NCC! (I have no idea what all those initials stand for!)

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