- Bipolar disorder (BPD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Eating Disorders
Horses have a special nature that makes therapy with them so effective. They are non-judgmental, have no preconceived motives, and mirror the attitudes and behaviors of the humans with whom they are working. While working with these animals under the guidance of a therapist, clients have an opportunity to note their tendency to engage in self-defeating thoughts and actions. These realizations provide excellent bases for discussion and processing. Insight Equine has six incredible hooved friends we would like you to meet:
We're pleased to offer Equine Therapy in Birmingham and the surrounding areas as a therapeutic compliment to our counseling services. Insight Equine clients experience specially designed interactive experiences that promote psychosocial healing and growth.
Equine Therapy (also known as ``Equine-Assisted Therapy`` and ``Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy``) is a form of experiential therapy that involves interactions between patients and horses - therapeutic riding and other associated equine activities (such as grooming, feeding, and haltering).
Our equine therapy services are tailored to your specific needs. We use the principles of Trauma-Focused Equine Assisted-Psychotherapy. These are based on the neuroscience of human brain development, the impact of trauma, and the role of relationships in recovery and healing. At Insight Equine, issues we can help you with include but are not limited to:
Our counselors and horse professionals provide a safe, caring and therapeutic environment for you to interact with our Insight horses in ways that support your healing and growth. Your specific treatment plan goals will depend on your individual treatment goals.
Insight Equine Clients Experience Improvements in:
When you call Insight, the phone will be answered by a trained intake therapist who will answer any questions you may have about Insight Equine and other services, and guide you in a therapy plan that's right for you. We're here to help.