Empowering individuals and families to find

hope, healing, and wholeness

through therapeutic work with horses.

We are hiring!

We are looking for a Master's level counselor with an LPC or pursuing his/her LPC. The ideal candidate can combine professional counseling, Christian faith, and horsemanship to facilitate individual and group therapy sessions. If you are interested, contact Meagan@takeheartcounseling.com for an application. We are looking to take on a third counselor by summer 2019.

​​​Meagan L. Good, MA

Take Heart began with a desire to combine passion with service. Meagan has been fascinated with horses since her first childhood riding lessons. She rode in 4-H for several years and in 2005, purchased her first horse, Charley. As a shy teenager, working with horses built Meagan's confidence, provided a place of peace, and taught life-lessons such as patience, goal-setting, and the value of hard work. She felt called to one day pair her passion for horses with her desire to help people in some way - and received a specific calling to do just that through equine assisted therapy. Meagan earned her master's degree in Professional Counseling from Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA. She is working toward her state license as a professional counselor and is studying trauma-focused equine assisted therapy. Meagan opened Take Heart in 2014 with one horse and the blessing of a generous dairy farmer who allowed her to use his horses and property.  She is passionate about empowering clients and families through their healing journeys. Meagan is also an adjunct professor of Equine Assisted Therapy at Lancaster Bible College. She and her husband live on and care for the new Take Heart property in Mohnton, PA. When they are not working on the farm, they enjoy exploring nature and small towns, kayaking, and campfires with friends and family.​

Debra Huber, MA, NCC, LPC

Since Deb was a kid, shes's always been fascinated with animals and by how relationships work. Deb earned her master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Messiah College in Grantham, PA. Debra works with individuals, couples, and families. She has extensive experience walking with individuals through anxiety, depression, grief, addiction, and trauma to healing. Deb has done lots of additional training in these areas as well as the area of trauma-focused equine assisted therapy and emotional freedom techniques. Deb is passionate about encouraging and empowering others, and the unique, healing insights horses bring into the healing journey as clients find connection, freedom, and peace. Deb began in this field because of her belief in the strength and potential of people, even in the most difficult situations. Deb was born and raised in Lititz, PA, and enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, kayaking, horses, and hiking.

Sarah Esh

​​Sarah had the privilege of growing up around horses and has a passion for working with horses and people. Sarah previously worked as a nurse, and currently is a stay-at-home mom of 2 foster children. She enjoys riding horse, reading, running, and spending time with her husband and family. Through experiencing God's healing in her own life, she is passionate about seeing God bring freedom and healing into peoples' lives. Sarah currently serves as our prayer team leader, helps facilitate groups, and volunteers several mornings a week doing barn duty. If you are interested in joining our prayer team, email Sarah at prayer@takeheartcounseling.com.