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By Melissa Blaque

EAGALA- Equine Assisted Psychotherapy: This page is dedicated to the wonderful world of Equine Therapy

 

I believe in growth and learning. I have been called "Jane of All Trades" because I have been trained and do many things. On the contact page you'll find several emails to reach me. I am also a certified equine specialist through EAGALA. I train horses to become therapy horses and utilize them for therapy, I offer group individual and family equine sessions. Equine Assisted Psychotherapy or EAP and EAL Equine Assisted Learning is an experiential ground therapy interaction with the horse. There is no riding as this is strictly an all feet on the ground therapy where the horse interacts with you. It's incredible, and lots of fun cool interesting things happen.

Please go to http://www.horseshelpheartsheal.com


 

 

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

 

 

Melissa Blaque is certified in Phase I and Phase II through EAGALA International

Melissa Is an Equine Specialist and has had the honor of being trained by Sylviha Scott, Karen Scholl, and the incredible trainers through EAGALA and many other wonderful teachers along the way. And special acknowledgment should be given to Tony Jones also known as "The Horse Whisperer." A Natural Horsemanship trainer whose natural and incredible understanding of horse behavior and intuition has been absolutely priceless. 

 

 

 

 

 

 Melissa has been co-facilitaing Equine Therapy for 10 years.

With more than 20 years experience in equine care, therapy, counseling, co-facilitation in the fields of mental health, addiction, P.T.S.D. (post traumatic stress disorder; see domestic violence page.) childhood trauma, sexual assault and abuse, domestic violence, recovery, Autism Spectrum, Aspergers, Bi-polar, and many other behavioral diagnosis.

Melissa Blaque is certified through EAGALA International Phase I and II

Melissa is Native American & a horse intuitive who teaches horse behavior, body language & how to read horse behavior. 

 

 

 

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