Leaders in Equine Therapy and Learning
The Horse Inspired Growth & Learning Center Inc.
Serving Baltimore, DC and the mid-atlantic region since 2005
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Horse Inspired is pleased to announce that January 1st, 2021 we will be accepting clients at our Easton, Maryland location. Our Glendale Farm team has worked diligently over the past year to create a certified professional team. We are excited to provide Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning to the Eastern Shore community.
Thank you for visiting our website. It is our goal that you will find answers to how using horses as an interactive partner for change is having a powerful impact on individuals, groups and companies. This modality is now being used worldwide providing a unique way to help people and organizations improve and enhance their personal and interpersonal relationships.
To provide a positive environment for people and organizations that evokes changes in attitudes, beliefs and behaviors through the power of the horse.
To be a guiding force for promoting positive change that leads to stronger, healthier people and organizations. We will achieve this vision by holding ourselves accountable at all levels to the highest standards of honest, ethical professional competency. It is our philosophy that everyone possesses their own strengths, abilities, skills, talents and knowledge through which they are capable of change and growth in their lives and relationships.
Finding The Right Program
1. Does the team include a mental health professional and an equine specialist?
2. Can they supply proof of licensure and references for areas of competency?
3. Are they certified and licensed in the fields of equine assisted learning and equine
4. How many years experience does the team have in the field of Equine Assisted Therapy?
These are important questions to ask when searching for a competent practice!
A letter from Dr. Daniel Kakuska, psychiatrist at The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt Hospital
Dear Robin and Pam,
I am writing to you to thank you for the excellent experience you have provided for the patients I have referred to Horse Inspired Therapy. Even though I think all of my patients have benefitted, I’m thinking in particular of one case in which a history of trauma had severely affected my patient’s ability to trust and thereby adversely affected her ability to truly connect with others. The work you did around helping her begin to connect to the horse served as a template and a springboard for a deeper connection with me around her therapy. I am truly amazed at the progress she has made over the past year. Thanks for the wonderful work you do.
Daniel Kakuska, M.D.
Writing an informative essay is one of the most popular tasks that students get in high schools and colleges. Yet only a few essay topics are easy to write about, and the therapeutic potential of horseback riding is not one of them. That is why we decided to prepare this short guide for you and reveal a few secrets of essay writing on this topic.
When writing about the horses’ effect on human mental health, you have to understand what points you would like to emphasize in your piece of writing. Consider taking two steps for that:
You cannot become proficient in any subject without reading about it. Therefore, use all available sources to research your essay topic. We suggest that you start from the scientific articles and publications of the prominent authors, and then, continue to textbooks and other reference materials. At this stage, getting research essay help can be a quite reasonable action.
Now that you know a lot about horse therapy, you can shape your thesis statement. Remember to make it precise and concise for your audience so that they could understand what your essay is going to be about. Do not add any comparison, metaphors, and other figures of speech to this sentence, they are neither necessary nor reasonable to use here. If you struggle with this part of writing, feel free to hire an essay writer to do it for you.
Now that you have your thesis statement in front of your eyes, immediately go on to drafting your arguments. At this point you do not need to shape and polish them, just list them in a few words each. Adding links to reference materials for supporting them is the next thing you have to do.
Once it’s done, outline the rest of your paper from introduction to conclusion. Now you can make an extended outline to make all the essay parts clear to yourself.
Now, it's time to start writing your horse therapy essay. Consider starting from body paragraphs as it’s the biggest part of the work. Then, write an introduction and concluding lines, and make them correspond to each other. Once you finish writing, leave it out of your sight for some time, and then edit it the next day. Remember to format and cite your paper as well.