Therapists, youth group leaders, wellness advocates, school counselors, doctors, coaches, pastors... Let us be a resource for you! We invite you to come to one of our Discovery Days to explore equine assisted therapy through hands-on activities, or to schedule a time to meet with us separately.
Helping people is hard work and takes a toll on your body, mind, and soul. And we all know that we can only help people heal as far as we have healed ourselves. Let us help you recharge and gain fresh vision for your work, individually or as a team.
We can also be a resource for you and your clients. Feel free to connect with us to make a referral. We can discuss partnering together for a few sessions with that difficult or resistant client, the client who loves the outdoors, or the client who just needs to experience something to finally have that breakthrough. Working together, we can facilitate activities that foster change and growth for your clients!
Community groups, helping professionals, churches, or schools: if you are interested in more information about working with Take Heart, please contact us! We are glad to come speak about mental health or equine assisted therapy, or to set up a time for you or your group to visit and experience it for yourself.
We love meeting and supporting others practicing equine assisted therapy or doing horse ministry! We enjoy visits, but are glad to support you as needed through counseling, consultation, or supervision as well. Creative ideas for working together are also welcome, such as co-facilitating a workshop or having us offer a workshop, demonstration, or training for your team. If you love and work with horses and people, contact Meagan or Dana to set up a time to visit our farm or have us come out to you.
We are also developing a peer supervision group for equine professionals. This group is for mental health professionals (or college students) working in equine assisted therapy or hoping to. Each 90-minute meeting will have a specific topic related to the work, time for case consultation, and may include an equine activity. The group will be led by Meagan Good, MA, LPC, EAP. Participants who wish to count this time towards LPC supervision may discuss doing so with Meagan. Contact Meagan to keep in touch for the fall 2019 launch if you are interested in participating.