Try our natural form of therapy today. Integrative Equine Therapy allows you to connect with your emotions with the assistance of the non-judgmental energy of a horse. Your process will be facilitated by one of our trained Integrative Equine Therapists. Independent 3rd party data shows that those who come to Beachwood having tried other approaches report that they experienced results quicker than other forms of therapy. Find out what we are about today.
Do I need to have an equestrian background for this type of therapy?
Not at all! This type of Equine Therapy does not involve riding the horses or taking care of them. Instead, you are working with a horse and a professional Equine Counselor through activities to center your emotions in an impartial environment. Integrative Equine Therapy (IET) is an alternative approach to counseling that shows greater results than traditional therapy in less time.
How do you work with an equine therapist?
Unlike traditional counseling, our equine therapy protocol involves a more interactive approach. Animals are by nature, receptive, and therefore have the ability to read emotions and make connections with individuals in the moment and not be burdened by the past. Our horses are bred and trained for this particular equine therapy method. One of our professional equine therapists will facilitate the process and will walk you through the interactions with the horse.
What are the benefits of Integrative Equine Therapy?
By working with our Equine Therapists at Beachwood Center you are able to see an improvement in your wellbeing and will be able to work through and dissolve those negative emotions and mental illness that weighs on your daily life. Benefits include:
- Identifying these feelings
- Connecting your subconscious with your conscious state
- Empowering you to reset and develop fresh perspectives
- Developing connections with yourself to permanently alleviate these feelings
Consider working with an Integrative Equine Therapist at Beachwood Integrative Equine Therapy. We have single sessions, multi-day sessions, and group or family IET therapy.