Release, Readjust and Reconnect™

Horses Healing Heroes™ provides heroes of all kinds a path towards healing. In a safe and beautiful, pastoral setting, our clients are helped to Release, Readjust and Reconnect.™

"A horse is so incredibly healing, they help heal our hearts and souls when we are incapable of doing so ourselves."       ~Gin Wiltsen

"Release, Readjust & Reconnect" to Break Free for Heroes™

Assisting Veterans, Law Enforcement and First Responders with

PTSD, Depression and Related Issues

For Individuals:

Equine-Assisted Mental Health/Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy/Equine-Assisted Learning, Counseling, Coaching services for individuals who desire to work through issues related to PTSD such as panic attacks, relationship issues, conduct disorder, anxiety, adjustment issues, impulse-control, and more. These are on an ‘as-scheduled basis.’ Clients in the “Break Free” program will learn to recognize habits & destructive behaviors and learn new skills to release, readjust and reconnect and break free from behaviors that are holding them back. The program is a metaphor for a type of halter that is designed to allow the horse to break free if they become entangled. Primarily focused on veterans, soldiers, law enforcement, first responders but available to anyone suffering from trauma that has resulted in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

For Couples and Families:

Equine-Assisted Mental Healthy/Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy/Equine-Assisted Learning services for families and couples. When someone is suffering from PTSD relationships, communication and family dynamics break down. These sessions are on an ‘as-scheduled basis.’ Horses are herd animals that function together as a unit for survival. They have clear and honest communication, boundaries, and effective discipline within their horse-family which allows them to work together. Families and couples in our “Herd” program will learn to recognize when the herd dynamics of their family is changing or struggling, and practice new skills learning to work together as a cohesive and loving unit. Primary focus is on families of veterans, soldiers, law enforcement, first responders, and members of the general public who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of a trauma.

"He knows when you're happy.  He knows when you're comfortable. He knows when you're confident. And he always knows when you have carrots."       ~Author Unknown