EQUINE ASSISTED PSYCHOLOGY
Equine Assisted Psychology(EAP) is defined as a form of experiential psychotherapy that involves equines including horses, donkeys and mules. It is conducted outside and looks very different from a more traditional therapeutic service. It may include, but is not limited to, a number of mutually beneficial equine activities such as touching, grooming, leading, handling and lungeing. It does not include mounted activities. Equine Assisted Psychology provides clients with creative opportunities to enhance self-awareness and re-pattern maladaptive behaviours, feelings and attitudes.
Kylie Wolstencroft is now providing Equine Therapy on Saturdays. Please contact Admin@launcestontherapyclinic.com.au or call 63314664 for more information
George is a Clydesdale and he measures 16.3 hh, he's a very gentle soul in spite of his size!
This sweet gentleman goes by the name of Bertie, he's a mini horse and is 8.3 hh.