Safety is important at EAP—emotional and psychological as well as physical safety.

Safety, however, comes not only from our therapists and equine specialists carefully supervising each session, but through clients developing their own life skills. (Many people don’t feel safe in life and can learn behavioral skills to use outside the arena.)

Because horses are prey animals they need to feel safe themselves. Part of working with horses is coming to recognize how one’s behavior and attitude affects horses as well as other humans.

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