​​​​​​​​EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association)


The Global Standard for Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Personal Development.  The EAGALA Model is evidence driven, ethical and highly effective.  Only EAGALA is recognized world wide as the gold standard in Equine Assisted Therapy.  


For more information on Equine Assisted Therapy go to:

www.eagala.org


Working together in equine therapy teams, Rebecca Brown provides Equine Assisted Therapy available at three locations in the tri-county area of Southwestern Ontario. 


Bruce & Grey Counties (Port Elgin)

www.PRANCE.ca

with Equine Specialist: Amy Hodkinson


Oxford County:  (Woodstock)

www.leadingedgeequine.com 

with Equine Specialist: Monique Gerber


Middlesex County:  (London area)

www.londonequineassistedtherapy.com

with Equine Specialist: Sue Hatherell



Only trust your health and healing with an EAGALA Certified 

 Equine Assisted Therapy Team.

Our Healing House
is a division of Rebecca Brown Consulting Inc.

​​Why Horses? 

Horses are large and powerful, which creates a natural opportunity to overcome fear and develop confidence.  The size and power of the horse are naturally intimidating to many people.  Accomplishing a task involving horses, in spite of those fears, creates confidence and provides wonderful metaphors when dealing with other intimidating and challenging situations in life.

Contact us:

rebecca@ourhealinghouse.ca

​519-280-1969

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Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) 
A unique and powerful model of therapy which incorporates horses experientially for emotional growth and healing.  Equine Assisted Therapy is a collaborative team approach between a mental health professional and an equine specialist working together within a treatment team including horses to address clients' treatment goals.  Anything you would seek counselling for with a traditional "talk therapy" approach can be addressed; anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, grief/bereavement, addictions, relationship issues, anger management, stress, disordered eating, etc.
​No riding involved, clients, therapists & horses are all on an equal ground.  


Check out the article published in Western University News on Equine Assited Therapy programs: 

http://news.westernu.ca/2016/09/finding-healing-human-animal-connection

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