Partner Host Sites

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Spirit Reins, Liberty Hill, Texas

Spirit Reins is a partner host site in Central Texas. They provide mental health services for children and families affected by abuse, neglect and other trauma. Their highly trained therapy teams effectively implement TF-EAP and integrate Natural Lifemanship principles in all of their services.

 

HSOTC_bg-bannerHorse Sense of the Carolinas, Marshall, North Carolina

Horse Sense of the Carolinas is the site for many of our trainings in the Southeast. They provide equine-assisted psychotherapy and training in NL and other EAP models. They also provide business consultation and support for organizations wishing to develop their EAP businesses.

 

denary-logo Denary, Austin, Texas

Denary specializes in business consulting and leadership development. After attending a Natural Lifemanship training, one of their principals saw the value of using Natural Lifemanship trainings to enhance executive development by promoting authenticity in leaders’ communication and ways of being. They are our partners in developing and executing our Equine-Assisted Leadership Program: The Being, Language and Doing of Leadership.

 

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Miracle Farm, Brenham, Texas

Rooted in Christian faith and western heritage, Miracle Farm’s one-of-a-kind ranch helps struggling young men experience healing, earn an education, and learn respect. Through their innovative horse program and on-site academic and vocational training, young men establish and achieve goals for a lifetime, and learn to believe in themselves as something more than society has painted them to be. It all happens in a safe, structured environment where they have the opportunity to turn their lives around and become responsible men.

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Windows To My SoulSomerset, California

Windows is our preferred training site on the west coast. They use Natural Lifemanship principles to help veterans as well as individuals with developmental disabilities. Windows To My Soul has a wonderful, caring staff of volunteers, mental health professionals, and equine professionals with a strong focus on community and connection.