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The therapeutic value of horseback riding for people with disabilities has been understood for nearly as long as horses have been part of human civilization. In the mid-20th Century, as horses became more of a luxury than a necessity, centers offering riding programs began to serve the needs of people of all ages and a wide range of conditions.

More recently, equine assisted learning and equine facilitated psychotherapy (to use only two of many names) has become a sister field to therapeutic riding. Mental health counselors and therapists, life coaches, leadership development professionals, and many more have discovered the power of working with horses to support their human clients/patients in making lasting changes in their lives.

The primary professional organizations in North America are PATH International (formerly NARHA), EAGALA, and EFW-CAN.
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Hoofbeat Attunement

Relationship-based horse training, riding lessons and horsemanship coaching that blend a variety of natural horsemanship techniques with Equine Facilitated Learning exercises. This style of horse-h
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Eagala

EAGALA Certification is The Global Standard for Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Personal Development. Join the EAGALA Network of over 4,500 members in 50 countries who are changing lives through
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EFW-CAN Equine Facilitated Wellness - Canada

Equine Facilitated Wellness (EFW) incorporates a range of counselling, experiential learning, education and personal development approaches, which bring humans and equines together.To provid
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A Tail of New Beginnings

I am certified Equine Gestalt Coach (life coach) who is working with women to help them heal their hearts and to create greater success in their health and well-being, My coaching partner is my hor
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Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center

Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center improves the bodies, minds, and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapies and activities, and to be an inspiration and
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Equest Special Riders Inc.

Equest Special Riders, Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote physical and mental strength and coordination as well as self-esteem and enjoyment through horseback riding activ
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Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon

Make-A-Wish BC is dedicated to granting the wishes of children 3-17 years old who have a life-threatening medical condition. 
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Horse Heritage Educational Program

Enriching the lives of youth and families through the use of horses, community, and nature while teaching confidence, responsibility, and respect.Our use of a comprehensive curriculum is designed t
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PATH International

PATH Intl. mission is to “change and enrich lives by promoting excellence in equine-assisted activities and therapies.” To accomplish this mission, PATH Intl. fosters safe, professional, ethica
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B.E.A.T Riding Center

Since 1997 the BEAT Riding Center, Inc. has touched the lives of thousands of individuals and their families. Horse back riding transports individuals with special needs into a new unexplored
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Alatheia Riding Center

At Alatheia we currently serve 50 clients with a variety of physical, emotional and learning disabilities through weekly, semi-private lessons that begin in the spring and continue through mid-Nove
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Grace Therapeutic Horse Program

At Grace Therapeutic Horse Program we specialize in working with post-addiction teens and young adults who have struggled with addiction on many different levels. Horse therapy is also a key to hea
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Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center

Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center is the only nationally recognized, accredited therapeutic riding center east of the Oregon Cascades serving children & adults with physical, cognitive, e
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Forward Stride

Our inclusive Riding Program helps children and adults of all abilities develop horsemanship skills, fitness, and self-confidence.Our Therapy Program offers people of all ages sessions with
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NorthWest Therapeutic Riding Center

The NWTRC currently has the capacity to serve up to 65 individuals per week. Participants include individuals with autism, Down syndrome, multiple sclerosis, brain injuries, and learning/behavior d
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Animals as Natural Therapy

Animals as Natural Therapy (ANT) offers programs based on the knowledge that animals can teach humans important life skills: respect for self and others, trust-building, and clear communication.ANT
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Free Rein Therapeutic Riding

Mission: Equipping riders for life, through adaptive equine activities, focusing on building strength, independence and freedom.Serving children and adults throughout the Inland Northwest wi
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Rainier Therapeutic Riding

Rainier Therapeutic Riding uses horses to facilitate physical and emotional healing for our nation's heroes and their families while promoting the growth of this program throughout the world. Our c