I could list over 100 reasons you would benefit from the LEAP program, but the most compelling are:
Did you know your brain changes until the minute you die? Incredibly you can alter everything about your life experience with a little work. Horses facilitate this.
Our younger clients experience an upswing in their academic success.
Horses act as a mirror to your inner world. Working with them provides insight into your character and relationship to the outside world
Once you are a part of the LEAP community you have access to all our resources. Therapy doesn’t end with your session. We are striving to create a community that provides extended support.
LEAP into your life with Legend Equine Assisted Psychotherapy! Our Equine therapists and incredibly talented horses are here to help you get to the bottom of the issues you’re struggling with. Each horse is unique and provides a wonderful partner for you to pinpoint issues that may have been covered up over the years. Horses aren’t judgmental, which means they don’t have biases. This allows for a relationship of trust and freedom to unfold that may not be possible in a traditional therapeutic environment. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore different coping methods in a safe and secure setting. Give us a call today to book your first session.
Founder and CEO
Dr. Lynn Fraley is a Clinical Mental Health Professional in the State of Washington, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Idaho and is certified by the National Board of Counselors. She has worked with child and adult survivors of all types of abuse, chemical dependency, divorce & blended family structures as well as more severe and long-term mental illnesses. Her primary areas of focus are equine therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, individual psychotherapy & paediatric developmental issues. She has also been designated as a certified expert, by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and holds a specialty board certification in Sexual Abuse by AAETS
The LEAP program is Dr. Lynn Fraley’s solution for patients who do not respond as well to traditional psychotherapy. This new field offers clients infinite possibilities, where options may once have seem limited. As an expert horsewoman and therapist, Dr. Fraley has witnessed the difference equine therapy has made for 100’s of her clients. Dr. Fraley and the LEAP staff are solidifying these experiences in a scientific environment and will be releasing their findings to the mental health community in 2018
Animal assisted therapy using horses is a relatively new field of study and is emerging at a very rapid pace. With more programs turning to equine assisted psychotherapy each day, one may wonder what unique experiences horses offer that enhances your growth and healing in ways that traditional therapy alone does not. LEAP will be providing substantive research into this evolving area to be published in 2018
Jack Gamble Equine Specialist “Jack Gamble, a Northwest native from the Palouse region, is an Equine Specialist and a certified member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horseman International (PATH). He is an expert horseman with a passion for the healing process involved in equine therapy. Over the years he has had the pleasure of seeing just how much of an impact this type of therapy makes.
With 3 children, 6 grandchildren and 4 chickens…he fits right in at the barn!
Jack is also an integral part of the research team, spearheaded by Dr. Lynn Fraley, which is engaged in cataloguing the results of the LEAP program. Findings will be published and made available to the public and other mental health/equine therapy professionals in 2018.
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Legend Equine Psychotherapy Program (“LEAP”) is an alternative approach to traditional counselling. Patients gain insight into their behaviour through their relationship with therapeutic horses. A unique bond between horses and humans exists that encourages growth and connection. When talk therapy just isn’t enough, equine therapy makes inroads and breaks downs walls.