In order to enact social distancing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, I have made the decision to move all clients to online or telephone appointments for the foreseeable future. I have used secure video conferencing for therapy work for a couple of years already, and find most clients are making the transition easily. I will consider reinstating equine sessions as safety allows. Please call or text if you would like to learn more or to be placed on an interest list for when I resume outdoor sessions.
Do you have a counselor you love, but also want to try equine therapy? I provide Colorado equine therapy sessions as an add-on treatment to clients who are already working with another psychotherapist. We can collaboratively make a plan to incorporate equine therapy toward accomplishing your treatment goals. This may mean work to develop certain skills, or work on specific issues.
Are you a counselor with a client who is not making progress, or one who is looking for something different? I accept referrals from, and collaborate with private practitioners to provide Colorado equine therapy or nature therapy to such clients. Professionals may also send a client to me for work as an adjunct to office based therapy. We can collaborate to increase your client’s skill sets, or to work through a particular difficulty or struggle.
Counselors are welcome to attend and observe equine therapy sessions with their client, and/or I can send a follow-up afterwards. This enables you to incorporate and process the work done with me in your sessions with the primary therapist. For more information about how equine therapy may help you, your teen, or your client, Psychology Today published an article about the benefits of equine therapy that can be read here.
Please get in touch if you would like to work together or discuss options.