When there are things out children don’t know how to tell us

Anxiet-peopleThe number of children who have been sexually exploited/abused is staggering, especially when you consider how often nobody ever even finds out that something has happened.  The reported numbers have dropped over the last two decades, but the figures still indicate that an estimated one in four U.S. girls, one in six boys, has been sexually abused, and children with disabilities are at higher risk.

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Many of the clients we work with have experienced this kind of trauma in their lives. They often have difficulty setting safe personal boundaries. Clients learn to set safe boundaries with their horse as a way to help them learn to set them in all areas of their lives. The client Leading 3amay have trouble dealing with  and anxiety and the hyper-vigilance that comes with PTSD.  This is another area that our work with horses can address and the list goes on,

If you or someone you know is still living with the pain and trauma of past sexual abuse, seek help. Work with horses can be a powerful part of the healing process. P1050537Call or email us to schedule a visit. We will show you around and introduce you to our wonderful horses. We will learn more about the challenges you are dealing with and share how we may be able to help.

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