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Are you interested in participating in Equine Assisted Therapy groups? As a registered therapist and Equine Specialist, I offer group therapy sessions for adolescents and adults that incorporate interactions with horses to promote emotional healing and personal growth.

What you can expect

Unique therapeutic experience: Equine Assisted Therapy groups offer a unique therapeutic experience that combines traditional talk therapy with interactions with horses. Horses are sensitive and intuitive animals that can provide valuable insights into our emotions and behaviours.

Group setting: Equine Assisted Therapy groups are conducted in a group setting, which provides a supportive and collaborative environment for individuals to explore their emotions and connect with others.

Interaction with horses: During therapy sessions, you will have the opportunity to interact with horses in a variety of ways, such as grooming, leading, and more. These interactions can help you develop a deeper sense of self-awareness and improve your ability to communicate and connect with others.

Therapeutic techniques: In addition to horse interactions, Equine Assisted Therapy groups incorporate a variety of therapeutic techniques, such as Gestalt therapy, mindfulness-based approaches, and experiential therapy. These techniques can help you gain insights into your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, and provide you with practical tools to cope with life's challenges.

Progress: As therapy progresses, we will regularly evaluate your progress and adjust the treatment plan as needed to ensure that you are getting the most out of therapy.

Duration: The duration of Equine Assisted Therapy groups varies depending on the individual and their needs. Some people may only need a few sessions, while others may benefit from longer-term therapy.

Equine Assisted Therapy groups can be a transformative experience that can help you improve your mental health, build resilience, and live a more fulfilling life. Contact me today to learn more about Equine Assisted Therapy and how it can benefit you.

Aspiring Therapy

Kiara Moore

Registered Social Worker


Queenstown, New Zealand