Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is an innovative mental health and education intervention. Through observation and understanding of horse behaviour, EAL uses specially trained Equine Facilitators and activities with horses as a tool to help those who are vulnerable and at risk reflect on their own anxieties and behaviour. This leads to greater resilience, improved social skills and emotional growth. There is no riding involved and the horses are carefully chosen so they are safe to handle and be around.
Who can benefit from this approach?
Children and young people who have:
- Difficulties with traditional schooling
- Special educational needs
- Social, emotional, behavioural concerns
- Learning difficulties
- Additional support needs
Corporate clients who would like to improve:
- Leadership and management skills
- Team building
- Communication skills
Anyone who would like to:
- Increase self confidence
- Raise self esteem
- Improve communication skills
Adults who would like to:
- Change established behaviour patterns such as drug and alcohol dependency
Have any questions? Drop us a line.