Monthly Archives: March 2012

The incredible healing power of horses

We are so lucky in our work with horses to witness the many, many ways they are able to help with social, emotional and behavioral growth, learning and healing. This is a wonderful article about another program that is doing incredible … Continue reading

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Sometimes we just don’t know what to do

We love them to pieces, but there are times when we just don’t know how to handle our child with ADHD’s unacceptable behaviors! I found this article on WebMd to be very helpful in setting some guidelines. When we work with … Continue reading

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How do we define success?

We have a young boy in foster care that we have been working with since mid Nov. of last year. This little guy has really struggled and had some major changes since he started with us. School has been especially … Continue reading

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What do you know about Autism?

This is a nice article exploring some of the misconceptions about those on the Autism Spectrum. Each person living with Autism experiences a sometimes similar, but always unique set of issues. With this in mind, we work with each client’s issues … Continue reading

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Nice article in the local news talking about Equine Therapy Options

Always nice to get local press!  Here’s a piece that talks about the variety of services available in our community.  There are so many ways that horses can help us heal. Finding the right program can be challenging! We invite you … Continue reading

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We support our parents

This was a helpful article in support of parents dealing with criticism or unwanted advice on how to parent their child on the spectrum. Here at Nevada Equine Assisted Therapy, not only do we work with the client, but we … Continue reading

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