Partnering with animals
to heal the mind, body, and spirit.
All current and honorably discharged United States veterans and their dependents.
What services do you offer?
We offer counseling, horseback riding, group horsemanship and music therapy.
Equine Assisted Counseling (EAC) incorporates horses into traditional counseling in a non-traditional setting. Guided through horse related activities by a qualified counselor and an equine professional, the client increases their awareness of their thoughts, words, and actions. This enables the client to recognize dysfunctional behavior patterns, define healthy relationships, improve communication, and build problem-solving skills.
Issues addressed include trauma, Post Traumatic Stress, anxiety, depression. Our team of counselors, instructors and horse specialists are trained to provide services that are trauma informed and well as military culture informed.
The Ranch offers a welcome change to the hustle-bustle of daily life. Relax and watch the horses graze, or stroll along the nature trail. The natural environment provides an ideal place to quiet the mind and break down challenges.
Children ages 3 to 8 work with a trained counselor to process life changes, trauma, or address behavioral/emotional issues using their natural language, play. Children may choose to partner with a small animal in the therapy process.
Uses live music as a positive, instantly rewarding intervention to address functional goals in a therapeutic setting. Clients actively participate in singing, playing instruments, and moving with music to work on motor, communication, behavior, cognitive, and social skills.
Individual Music Therapy
One-on-one sessions include an assessment, establishment of individualized therapeutic goals, and continual evaluation of goals and objectives agreed upon by the music therapist and client (or client's parent/guardian). Individual therapy sessions are typically 30 minutes.
Group Music Therapy
Group music therapy consists of two or more clients who are relatively the same age and have similar goals. These sessions encourage social skill development and group interaction skills, but can also address other individualized goals. Group therapy sessions are typically 30 or 60 minutes.