Equine family therapy is a unique and powerful way to explore the patterns and roles in your family while learning new ways of being with each other. We work on parenting and communication, while working through past and present wounds. We create individual experiences to help with special needs.
Equine Family Therapy Intensives
Intensives are 3 – 6 hours long and offer a chance for families who need more than just a weekly session to deepen into lasting change. These are well-suited for those who are in crisis, those who have challenges with scheduling regular appointments, or those who need some extra space and time to understand their unique situation.
Adjunctive Family Therapy
These sessions are 1 – 2 hours long and offer families with a regular schedule a chance to learn more about their unique family dynamic with horses as their guides, as a supplement to regular family therapy sessions. These are well-suited for those who want to explore their patterns in a more focused and experience-based environment.
Equine Couples’ Therapy
Equine Couples Therapy Intensives
Intensives are 3 – 6 hours long and are suited for those who desire more space and time to work on their unique challenges and understand their situation more clearly. This is a great way to dive into your dynamic and practice new ways of being with each other with the guidance and support of your therapist and the horses.
Adjunctive Couples Therapy
These sessions are 1 – 2 hours long and are well-suited to those who would like to supplement their regular sessions with the chance to experience and practice what they are learning and exploring in an amplified setting. We work on learning how to connect mind and body in moments of conflict, teamwork, and communication.
Sessions are facilitated by Amy Winchester and Alison McCabe at Medicine Horse in Boulder.