Facts About Me
Breed: American Quarter Horse
Program(s): Equine Assisted Counseling
Year Joined Program: 2021
I recently joined the program from an equine rescue. I really enjoy working with people. As Maggie's best friend, I like to help her keep order in the herd. We take a team approach to herd management and stick together throughout most of the day. I am very social and can often be found checking in on our clients. I am currently in training for therapeutic riding.
Special Talents and Skills
I have a very calming and soothing presence. I often join sessions when I can sense that a client is feeling anxious or uneasy. I like to let them know that I will stick with by staying close throughout their sessions.
I enjoy helping my clients learn that they can handle big scary emotions. Whenever they're talking about something upsetting or becoming anxious, I show them that big emotions don't scare me and that they can be brave too. My calming presence provides a sharp contrast to the anxious feelings inside, helping them to stay grounded and process upsetting or traumatic events.
Want to support my work? Join my Carrot Club! Scroll down to read about the benefits to supporting me at each level!
Your sponsorship will support me and my herd by providing feed, hay, veterinary and farrier care, tack and equipment, other necessities, and most importantly, carrots!
What does it cost to care for a therapy equine?
$4,500 for board, feed, and hay ($375/month)
$1000 for veterinary and farrier care (~$84/month)
Champion Carrot Sponsor:
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Carrot Club Members:
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