Equine Assisted Therapy
The use of animals for therapy can be traced back thousands of years, their seeming ability to read human emotions and their inherent honesty could be why we often turn to them for comfort. Horses are becoming increasingly popular in therapeutic settings in more recent years, because of their ability to foster change.
For anxiety and stress at all ages, social anxieties and autism in children, dementia and memory loss, Parkinsons and MS in older adults, Equine Assisted Therapy has a growing . With no riding experience needed these ground-based sessions could massively improve
.In (DATE)Gaudium took part in a study looking into the effects of Equine Assisted Therapy on people living with dementia. Teamed with Happy Hooves Riding Centre, our clients