Lynne talks about the problem of stress and how to prevent stress related illness.
Lynne shares a bit about how horses help us heal.
by Courtney Gabrielson August 21, 2018 Perhaps one of the loveliest trends in the startup world — besides driving change for the better, duh — is the increasingly crazy ways companies make their cultures incredible. For some, it’s a beautiful environment. For others, its snacks, parties, cool trips and other swanky amenities that make ping pong tables look like – (more)
Beachwood is throwing open the barn doors! We have been named one of RI’s “Coolest Companies” for our innovative approach to helping people heal with horses. Come and meet our herd, tour the farm and learn how your participation can help someone in our community overcome anxiety, trauma, grief or another one of many stress – (more)
I read recently that alcohol has been coined the gateway drug, and I think we need to think about this issue of using substances for altered states differently. If our focus is on what people use to escape, we have missed the point. The question I would ask is what kind of a culture have – (more)
I’d like to tell you a story. It’s a story about one of my clients who developed his own explanation of why intensive equine therapy (IET) works, or, I should say, can work. But first, let me give some background. Everyone who uses horses to help others, calls their approach therapy. Most often we associate – (more)
Many people have difficulty responding to traditional therapies, particularly those with drug issues where a lack of safe and trustworthy human bonding is an underlying cause of the addiction. Frequently, these individuals have difficulty establishing rapport and trust, even with themselves – and do not always recognize the ramifications of their decisions and behavior, making – (more)