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Equine Assisted Learning Curricula
Do you want to know how to deliver safe, meaningful sessions? Are you already an equine assisted practitioner looking for creative session planning resources and fresh ideas? Lindsey Crosbie has spent more than 5000 of hours working therapeutically with horses and people. Her range of Equine Assisted Learning and Therapeutic Riding programs are tried and tested. They are piloted with real clients, peer-reviewed and independently evaluated to ensure high levels of quality, consistency and safety. Each program has its own printed curriculum full of session plans, equipment lists and safety information as well as arena diagrams, photographs and monitoring tools. Purchase one today to kick-start your program! We offer resources in the following areas:
The Marsh Christian award-winning Alpha Mare Course Curriculum, developed with funding from the mental health charity Mind, is now available to buy so that you can deliver this step by step women's mental health peer support course to your own clients.
Our Penytrip and Saturday Horse Club Curricula and Young Volunteer Workbook, developed with funding from BBC Children in Need and Mantell Gwynedd, are all specifically designed to aid young people aged 5-18 in the development of appropriate behaviour, interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence. Suitable for groups and individuals and differentiated for a range of needs.
Life and Work Skills
The Life Hack Curriculum is designed to help young people aged 15- 25 to develop essential skills through caring for and training horses. It can be adapted to deliver living or employability skills. It is ideal for NEET young people or those with additional needs.
The Overcoming Obstacles Curriculum: A Horse Agility and Competitive Western Trail program to build confidence, communication skills and courage. Overcoming Obstacles is a therapeutic riding program designed for women and girls who have experienced domestic violence, abuse and coercion. It is important to understand that this program is experiential, participants are operating in the moment not processing past events. Using Competitive Western Trail Riding and Horse Agility as learning tools, the Overcoming Obstacles project empowers women to develop essential life skills, build confidence, improve mental and physical health, create social networks and gain leadership skills.