Practitioner Listings

Amanda Starr, PsyD

Portland, Oregon dramandastarr.com [javascript protected email address] (503) 522-2642

Amy Dojahn, LPC-S

Amy Dojahn, LPC-S

Ennis, Texas runninfreeranch.org [javascript protected email address] (214) 399-4270

Amy Hublou, LMFT

Amy Hublou, LMFT

Woodside, California www.gallopadventures.org [javascript protected email address] (650) 218-2222

Beckie Boger, Spiritual Director

Beckie Boger, Spiritual Director

Divine Equines Horse-centered Soul Care helps women connect with their spiritual source of peace and power by mindfully connecting with horses in nature so they can experience more freedom and intimacy in their personal and spiritual lives. I specialize in contemplative programming for individuals and small groups that incorporates mindful, reflective, expressive, and embodied practices and experiences with rescued horses that enables deeper spiritual awareness and healing. I am currently NL trained, a trained spiritual director and certified equine specialist. I am also in the process of becoming dually certified as a NL practitioner and equine professional so I can serve the survivors of human trafficking and sexual trauma.

Marengo, Ohio www.divineequines.com [javascript protected email address] (740) 625-5661

Beverly Walsh, PhD

Beverly Walsh, PhD

Beverly earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Texas A&M University in 1995 and has been a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Texas since 1996. Beverly started her professional life in a traditional, office-based setting, but that all changed when she attended her first EAGALA training in 2009 and Natural Lifemanship (NL) training in 2011. Understanding that people tend to learn better experientially, noting that horses are great teachers, she quickly moved out of the office and into the pasture to help people “experience stable relationships”. Using TF-EAP, Beverly has a full EAP/EAL private practice at Red Dun Ranch in Houston, TX. With her equine partners, she offers individual, family, and group EAP, as well as EAL workshops and retreats. She specializes in working with children and teens, as well as their families. Many of her clients present with ADHD, mood disorders, ASD, anxiety, substance abuse, and parent-child relationship problems.

Houston, Texas http://beverlywalshphd.com/ [javascript protected email address] (713) 540-1528

Briana Perkins, LPCA, NCC, DCC

Briana Perkins, LPCA, NCC, DCC

Briana Perkins is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) in North Carolina where she is working on certification in TF-EAP. Perkins is also a doctorate student at the University of the Cumberlands where she studies counselor education and supervision. Perkins completed her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Development at Winthrop University. Prior to Winthrop University, Perkins completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Saint Bonaventure University. She has been counseling using Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, walk/talk therapy and traditional counseling since 2014 working with a variety of issues ranging from trauma to depression in both adults and children.

Gastonia, North Carolina https://www.perkinswellness.org/ [javascript protected email address] (980) 285-8157

Britt Palmer, LMFT LPCC

Germantown (Memphis), Tennessee [javascript protected email address] (901) 515-6165

Cathy Champ, LPC-S, LSOTP, TF-CBT, EMDR, EAP

Cathy Champ, LPC-S, LSOTP, TF-CBT, EMDR, EAP

Cathy Champ has been a counselor for over 25 years and offers Equine and Animal Assisted Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Sand Tray, Parenting Education and Christian Faith Based Counseling in a serene indoor or outdoor setting.

Denton, Texas www.cathychampcounseling.com [javascript protected email address] (940) 391-7760

Cecelia Myers, LPC, RPT-S

Cecelia Myers, LPC, RPT-S

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor trained in Natural Lifemanship. I am also a Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor. Providing Equine Assisted Psychotherapy to children, teens and adults is my passion. I specialize in grief/trauma, anxiety, life transitions, social skills and parenting, among other issues. I love to see the transformations that can take place when we include our equine partners in the therapy process.

Charlotte, North Carolina www.tripleplayfarm.com [javascript protected email address] (404) 353-9992

Cheri Horner, LCSW

Cheri Horner, LCSW

Austin, Texas [javascript protected email address]

Christine Culver-Vibrans, LSW

Christine Culver-Vibrans, LSW

Well heck, I've got all these horses and this college degree and experience and all, maybe I should do something with them. Please come visit us at either Medicine Horse Program or Wind Rose Farm. We would like to help adolescents and adults with issues such as PTSD, trauma processing, addiction and recovery, depression, and plain ol' everyday angst. My approaches are diverse and tailored to fit your healing goals. They include equine and canine therapies as well as talk therapies. I am approachable both personally and financially. Let's get you better. And bring a carrot.

Longmont, Colorado blueskiescounseling.net [javascript protected email address] (303) 589-9869

Dawn Batti, EGE

Dawn Batti, EGE

Lincoln, California WarriorsSoul.com [javascript protected email address] (916) 626-9647

Diana DePugh, LCSW

Diana DePugh, LCSW

I have loved horses since I first met one as a child. Now, as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, my dream has been to find a way to partner with horses in a healthy, connected relationship to help people learn, grow and heal. I have practiced the EAGALA model for over 10 years. I now embrace Natural Lifemanship as a powerful approach to helping people, especially trauma victims, heal. My husband and I live with 5 Haflinger horses, 5 donkeys, a llama, 2 dogs, 2 parrots and many chickens! They are our teachers, partners, friends and family of choice. We live 45 minutes outside of Knoxville, Tennessee, in a community called Powder Springs. We look forward to meeting and learning from others on this pathway of Natural Lifemanship!

Powder Springs, Tennessee [javascript protected email address] (865) 748-4476

Donald Landis, LPC

Donald Landis, LPC

Debra Huber, LPC Debra is a Licensed Professional Counselor offering Stable Based Wellness Counseling and Coaching using Natural Lifesmanship principles to youth and adults. Debra specializes in: ADHD management; Life transitions (school, re-location, separation, divorce, loss of a friend, pet, loved one); and Social adjustments (assertiveness, confidence building, communication & social skills, anxiety, codependency, etc. She is in a private practice at Nookside Stables - conveniently located just off of 283 near The Nook sports complex in Lancaster. The country atmosphere is peaceful, and the location adds confidentiality. Only 20 minutes or so from Lititz, Lancaster, Akron, Brownstown, Manheim, Landisville, East Petersburg, Mount Joy.

Lancaster, PA, Pennsylvania [javascript protected email address] (717) 571-0791

Donna DiGiuseppe, MA

Donna DiGiuseppe, MA

Ms. Donna DiGiuseppe. MA provides holistic counseling-education and expressive arts service for adults. She helps clients with personal growth and relationship issues. Donna has been in private practice since 2002 when she earned her MA in Holistic Counseling at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. She has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island. In her continued quest for personal evolution and education she has certificates in Biocognition, Expressive Arts, Aromatherapy, Touch for Health, Weaving and Parelli Natural Horsemanship. She has been a Parelli Natural Horsemanship member since 2009 and is a Level 2 student. In her decision to merge her counseling practice with equine she chose Natural Lifemanship for certification. She is currently seeking an internship to complete this program's requirements.

Danbury, Texas www.donndg.com [javascript protected email address] (979) 481-0220

Emily Mosher, LMSW

Emily Mosher is an instructor and social worker at REACH Therapeutic Riding Center in McGregor, TX. Emily provides Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Equine Assisted Learning, and Therapeutic Riding services to children, youth, and adults at REACH. She attended the Natural Lifemanship Fundamentals Training in September 2016. Additionally, she is certified through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship as a Therapeutic Riding Instructor and Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning.

McGregor, Texas www.reachtrc.org [javascript protected email address] (254) 848-7888

Gabby Remole, LCSW; NLC-C,EP; NL Trainer

Gabby Remole, LCSW; NLC-C,EP; NL Trainer

Gabby is a Certified NL Clinician & EP, as well as an NL Trainer. She earned her Masters of Science in Social Work from The University of Texas at Austin. Gabby employs a systems-based perspective to help children, teens & families who have experienced trauma. She prefers experiential therapy - including work with horses, art, music & nature - to traditional talk therapy, believing that movement & “doing” can often be more effective. She enjoys using humor, when appropriate, hoping that clients can know that, while therapy can be really hard, it can also be fun. Gabby was blessed to have been raised around horses. Now she loves that she can incorporate her connection with, and deep respect for, horses in her work. Gabby is extremely passionate about the NL model & the healing it helps to provide. She is thrilled to help others learn the NL principles & how to utilize this model in therapy sessions & in every day life.

Potomac, Illinois www.gatewayfamilyservices.org [javascript protected email address] (217) 799-3570

Gloria Setterlund

Locust Grove, Virginia [javascript protected email address] (434) 989-3579

Greer Swiatek, LPC, CRC, NCC

Greer Swiatek, LPC, CRC, NCC

Greer Swiatek, LPC, CRC, NCC is a Licensed Psychotherapist in Private Practice who provides individual and family counseling. She utilizes a collective approach in therapy, encouraging people to feel empowered during the therapeutic process and in their everyday lives. Her theoretical orientation is Person-Centered, meaning she promotes growth by harnessing unconditional positive regard, empathic understanding, and a strong therapeutic alliance with her clients. Above all else, Greer sees her relationship with clients as the central component to growth. Greer earned her Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. She completed intensive training in the Natural Lifemanship Model of Trauma Focused Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (TF-EAP). Greer provides traditional psychotherapy in her office as well as Equine Assisted Psychotherapy at a local Ranch. Please visit her website for more information, www.greerswiatek.com.

Austin, Texas www.greerswiatek.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 595-0244

Holli Broadrick

Dalton, Georgia [javascript protected email address] (706) 483-0881

JAMES HARLOW, MA, LPC

I came to counseling relatively later in life. I was self-employed in an entirely different business for over 30 years. During that time, my wife and I adopted 5 children through the foster care system in Texas. They came individually at different ages and from different backgrounds, some quite traumatic. I have seen and experienced significant effects of developmental trauma as I have parented my children. After obtaining my counseling degree, I was privileged to work with Karyn Purvis at the TCU Institute of Child Development and learned about how trauma affects the brain through the research that they and others have done over the past 15 years. I am excited to be able to learn more about how to practically open doors for my clients through the TF-EAP program.

FORNEY, Texas www.jimharlowlpc.com [javascript protected email address] (214) 683-6800

janice stump tharp, MSW

Specializing in trauma and it’s impact on life and relationships. Working with rescue horses, clients experience safety, trust and insight and learn to live again. Fear Becomes Safety. Safety Becomes Presence. Presence Becomes Trust. Trust becomes Curiosity. Curiosity Becomes Engagement. Engagement Becomes Confidence. Confidence Becomes Leadership. Leadership Becomes Hope. HOPE IS LIFE.

TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan [javascript protected email address] (231) 313-3572

Jeanne Heaton, PhD

Jeanne Heaton, PhD

Providing Equine Assisted Therapy at Windy Hills Therapeutic Riding Center in Athens OHIO.

Athens, Ohio [javascript protected email address] (740) 707-1201

Jennifer Bandy, ES

Jennifer Bandy, ES

Walk With Me provides Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy that promotes awareness and supports healing for people with psycho-social issues and mental health needs which will improve and enhance functioning in everyday life. We provide an environment of safety, understanding, and healing for people. To be a resource to advance the therapy services with activities that encourage self awareness and provide a process to inspire and enrich the human well being.

Conover, North Carolina stillwaters-farm.com [javascript protected email address] (828) 302-3431

Jennifer Weiss, MS, TF-EAP, EP

Jennifer Weiss, MS, TF-EAP, EP

I am originally from Washington State and have worked with horses for over 20 years in both recreational riding and training using Natural Horsemanship principles. In 2008 I received my Bachelors Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development from Brigham Young University and in 2014, a Masters Degree in Family, Consumer, and Human Development from Utah State University with an emphasis in Family Relations. In 2012, I transitioned from academia to Arivaca Boys Ranch in Southern Arizona where I served five years as the Equine Director developing their residential equine therapy program. In 2015, I was introduced to Natural Lifemanship and had my first intensive training. NL gave me language and framework to the work I had been doing and my effectiveness as an Equine Professional multiplied. I have been using the NL model in practice since 2015 and am passionate about its principles and effectiveness. I am available to contract for TF-EAP sessions for therapists in the Austin area.

Georgetown, Texas www.jennweissequine.com [javascript protected email address] (801) 471-8075

Jeremy Whitworth, EP

Hendersonville, North Carolina Trailscarolina.com [javascript protected email address] (828) 329-0451

Joanna Tyson Dunlap, Equine Professional

Joanna Tyson Dunlap, Equine Professional

Lampasas, Texas www.Tysonscorners.net [javascript protected email address] (254) 258-6856

Jomie Goerge, LMSW, RPT

Kalamazoo/Portage, Michigan jomiewellness.com [javascript protected email address] (269) 343-3511

Julie Ellsworth, LCSW

Julie Ellsworth, LCSW

Denham Springs, Louisiana [javascript protected email address] (985) 687-5886

Julie Jerrolds, LPC, MHSP

Julie Jerrolds, LPC, MHSP

Owner at Open Reins, LLC in Seymour, TN

Seymour, Tennessee [javascript protected email address] (865) 617-3235

K. Dawn Barton, LMFT

K. Dawn Barton, LMFT

Currently serving Orange County and Riverside County, California.

Orange County and Riverside County, California [javascript protected email address] (760) 409-2303

Kate Naylor, LMFT; NLC-C,EP; NL Trainer

Kate Naylor, LMFT; NLC-C,EP; NL Trainer

Kate is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Natural Lifemanship Clinician, Equine Professional, and Trainer in Austin, Texas. Kate integrated Natural Lifemanship into her therapy practice in 2014, after attending her first fundamentals training and falling in love with the TF-EAP model. Since her first experience with the model, Kate has been training under Tim and Bettina Jobe in Texas, working as a therapist and equine professional with clients and a variety of horses in private practice. Kate specializes in work with adults and families focusing on relational trauma recovery. She also offers consultation for those going through NL certification.

Austin, Texas www.kategosenaylor.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 522-8752

Kathleen Choe, LPC-S, TF-EAP,D, NL Trainer

Kathleen Choe, LPC-S, TF-EAP,D, NL Trainer

As both a certified clinician and trainer, Kathleen is passionate about sharing the principles of Natural LIfemanship with counselors and clients alike. These principles offer a solid foundation for healing from trauma, repairing damaged relationships and developing a healthy style of relating to self and others. Working with horses using the Natural Lifemanship model adds an experiential component to the therapeutic process that creates opportunities for healing and growth unmatched by other therapy protocols. As an EMDR certified therapist, Kathleen offers mounted EMDR sessions to help clients process trauma more gently and efficiently.

Austin, Texas www.kathleenchoe.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 215-4228

Kathy Boisjoli, MA, LPCC

Kathy Boisjoli, MA, LPCC

Kathy is dedicated and passionate about helping adults with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, relationship conflicts, parenting challenges, grief and loss. Kathy utilizes a variety of approaches to guide each person toward greater happiness and living life more fully such as EMDR Therapy, biofeedback, mindfulness and equine assisted psychotherapy. While mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy provide excellent tools to cope with the stress and anxiety experienced in life, EMDR provides the pathway to healing from life’s challenges. Kathy provides a warm, supportive and safe place for you to share your journey, your story, your truth. She offers a gentle approach where you are in control of what you process and when. In Kathy’s free time, she enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with family and friends—horseback riding, SCUBA diving and camping.

Minneapolis, Minnesota www.healinglivescounseling.com [javascript protected email address] (651) 315-5254

Kelly M Jones, NL - TF-EAP - Pursuing Certification EP

Kelly M Jones, NL - TF-EAP - Pursuing Certification EP

Kelly, owner of South Wind Equestrian Center in Leander, outside of Austin, Texas, has owned her ranch since 1999. Starting with a riding lesson and boarding program, she learned that there is so much more to these sentient beings than a vessel to ride on. Over time relationships became her focus, and she attended a NL Fundamentals training in 2013. She interned with Tim Jobe for 7 months, and brought this life changing modality of treatment to her farm and began an EAP program in the Fall of 2015. Since then Kelly has worked with 6 therapists and gained over 450 hours working in a therapy team. Her ranch has grown to accommodate this amazing process, with two air conditioned offices, 4 round pens and a labyrinth and walking trails. Clients and therapy teams have the opportunity to work with horses that are outside 24/7 in herds that are all healthy and safe. This peaceful place encourages vulnerability. There is space for additional therapy teams and clients. Come for a tour!

Austin, Texas www.unbridledconnection.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 689-7793

Kendra Twitty, LPC

Kendra Twitty, LPC

I love the outdoors, nature, animals, and people. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in South Carolina, as well as a nationally certified therapist in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In addition, I am trained in Forensic Interviewing and have 18 years of experience working with child sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect. I am the co-founder of H.O.P.E. (Horses Offering Personal Empowerment) an Equine Assisted Therapy & Learning program; and am trained in Natural Lifemanship, and EAGALA certified. I present at National Conferences on the topics of Trauma Informed Care, Equine Assisted Therapy, and am the co-author of the book, “EquiPower- Treating Trauma with the Power and Sensitivity of Horses.” After 25 years of working with horses, I continue to partner with horses and the outdoors in order to empower individuals to develop healthy connections and relationships with self and others.

Yemassee, South Carolina www.hopeandhorses.com [javascript protected email address] (843) 812-1018

Kris Batchelor, BA, TRI, ES

Kris Batchelor, BA, TRI, ES

Kris became involved with animal assisted therapy over fifteen years ago, starting with therapy dog visitation and teaching therapeutic riding to adults with traumatic brain injuries. However, the world of equine therapy as a mental health intervention compelled her to create and grow Triple Play Farm. Motivated by the fact that what a horse offers in relationship can be healing in all areas of life, Kris now maintains a herd of seven horses and a PATH International premier facility offering equine-facilitated psychotherapy and learning just outside of Charlotte, North Carolina.

Davidson, North Carolina www.tripleplayfarm.com [javascript protected email address] (704) 608-8441

Kris Gonzalez, LCDC Intern

Equine therapist at a 90-day residential treatment facility for Substance Use and Co-occurring Disorders.

Georgetown, Texas www.thearbor.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 630-8830

Kristin Palesch, LPCC

Kristin Palesch, LPCC

Mound, Minnesota stableliving.us [javascript protected email address] (952) 240-1621

Leslie Bratcher, MSSW

Louisville, Kentucky [javascript protected email address] (502) 523-8870

Liza Chartier, MEd, LPCA, NCC, CFTP

Liza Chartier, MEd, LPCA, NCC, CFTP

At EquineAmity Psychotherapy I offer nature-based and equine assisted psychotherapy as an alternative to traditional office-based talk therapy. My approach to counseling is strengths-based, eclectic, and integrative; tailoring sessions to the unique needs of each client. Sessions are based on developing your strengths and changing the patterns in your life that are no longer working.

Raleigh, North Carolina www.equineamity.org [javascript protected email address] (919) 885-1397

Malinda Simmons, LPC (TX); LPCC (NM)

Malinda Simmons, LPC (TX); LPCC (NM)

Kerrville area, Texas www.corlifemanship.com [javascript protected email address] (281) 731-3416

Mallory Stover, MA, LPC, NCC

Georgetown, Texas stovercounseling.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 964-4663

Mary Flora, LPC, LPCS, LCAS, CCS

Asheville, North Carolina [javascript protected email address] (828) 230-3117

Michael Remole, MA, LCPC

Michael Remole, MA, LCPC

Many families encounter times when they need additional support from outside sources. Gateway Family Services, LLC provides unique, individualized plans to meet the needs of each family we serve. Offering intensive therapeutic services, from Equine Assisted Psychotherapy to respite to mentoring and tutoring. Client and families will participate in Trauma Focused- Equine Assisted Psychotherapy utilizing the Natural Lifemanship model. The focus of sessions is all about relationships & activating the parts of the brain that have been impacted by trauma. Providing families with in-home therapeutic services to address challenging behaviors experienced at home, school and within the community. Clinicians work closely with the parents to develop individualized plans that will address the needs of each child, while applying the Natural Lifemanship principles to assist the client in developing healthy relationships with self and others.

Potomac, Illinois www.gatewayfamilyservices.org [javascript protected email address] (217) 649-0492

Patricia Schlough, LPC, LCPC

Pennsylvania www.peacellc.org [javascript protected email address] (717) 873-1836

Paula Loring, LCSW

Liberty Hill, Tx and surrounding area, Texas spiritreins.org [javascript protected email address] (210) 287-7862

Rebecca Hubbard, LMFT and TF-EAP, D

Rebecca Hubbard, LMFT and TF-EAP, D

Rebecca J. Hubbard is a master's level licensed marriage and family therapist. She has been using Natural Lifemanship for four years helping children and families impacted by trauma. Currently, she is working solely with adults. She has over twenty-two years of experience both in providing treatment to individuals who have experienced traumatic events and in training other professionals in the assessment and treatment of trauma. She has also provided supervision for fifteen years in several evidence based models. She is a co-author of "Complex Trauma in Children & Adolescents," published in the Psychiatric Annals, in 2005 (pp. 390-398.) and she wrote the book, "The Gift," a book that is often used to help professionals and families better understand Natural Lifemanship. Her next book, a story for children about terrorism will be released in September 2017.

Hutto, Texas rebeccahubbardlmft.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 337-3347

Reccia Jobe, NLC-EP,P, Trainer

Reccia Jobe, NLC-EP,P, Trainer

Natural Lifemanship Trainer, Practitioner, Equine Professional. I maintain a caseload of TF-EAP clients with a few different therapists in the Austin, TX area. I also facilitate personal growth & development/learning using the NL model. I am trained and formerly certified in the Neurosequential Model of the Therapeutics and EAGALA. I am experienced in working with children 3-18 yrs and their caregivers, adults, with a variety of diagnoses both residential and private practice. I have been refining my practice of the NL model for over 9 yrs. I am available to contract for TF-EAP sessions for therapists in the area who need an experienced EP who is very well versed in implementing the NL model in session. I am also available for consultation for Equine Professionals on how to implement this model for your practice and for therapists on what to look for in a good EP. I can also provide consultation on how to integrate NL with your existing practices or organization.

Austin Area, Liberty Hill, Georgetown, Cedar Park, Leander, Austin, Texas https://www.recciajobe.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 630-2299

Ryan Authier, LPC

Liberty Hill, Texas spiritreins.org [javascript protected email address]

Sandra Boe

Sandra Boe

Sandra is an PATH Intl. Advanced Riding Instructor, holds an EFL Certificate from the Human-Equine Alliance for Learning and is the founder of Changing Rein EAAT. She partners with Dr. Ruth Chaffee to do equine assisted psychotherapy at Changing Rein, with whom she is working to earn her certification in NL Certification. Sandra founded Hands on Horses, an equine assisted learning program for children 5-18 in 2011 within Changing Rein and has served teens from a residential center as well as Eatonville Middle School and individual children and teens. She has presented about her EAL/P program at the PATH Intl. Region 9 Conference and is currently at work on a manual about how they created their program.

Graham, Washington www.changingrein.org [javascript protected email address] (253) 318-3855

Sara Sherman

Sara Sherman

It was brought to my attention I looked a little 'frowny' in my profile pic. That friend did a little editing and this was the result. And then there was a dare . . . At Discovery Horse we strive to simply do what works and let the rest go. That includes a lot of 'shoulds'. In this instance there is a small voice in my head whispering 'you should look more professional'. I have found that all those 'shoulds' keep me small and disconnected. In the spirit of walking my talk . . . .

Fort Ripley, Minnesota www.DiscoveryHorse.com [javascript protected email address] (218) 232-2495

Shannon Knapp

Asheville, NC, North Carolina www.horsesenseotc.com [javascript protected email address] (828) 683-7304

Sharon Samsell, MDiv, LMHC, CHTP/I

I am an Licensed Mental Heath Counselor (LMHC) who has attended two NL trainings. I specialize in working with those who have survived truama and seek to live a whole life in spite of the challenges trauma brings to one's life. My experience includes work with all ages of children, teens, adults, couples and families. I am also a Certified Healing Touch Practitioner (CHTP with Healing Beyond Borders) and enjoy using energy work with clients and horses . I incorporate integrative therapies into my work with clients. This includes art, drumming, energy work, and HeartMath. I work alongside a talented Equine Professional who is a certified school counselor. Together we have a team of horses willing to work with you to bring health and wholeness to you and your life.

Bainbridge and New Ross, Indiana Center for Spiritual Wholeness [javascript protected email address] (812) 878-2034

Stephanie Cirasa

Stephanie Cirasa

We are a collaborative learning and counseling center providing alternative routes to recovery from anxiety, depression, substance abuse and post-traumatic stress injuries for adults and children. All counselors, equine specialists and support staff are trained in Natural Lifemanship. We belief each persons situation and solution are unique. We specialize in trauma recovery using evidence based, research proven models including equine and canine assisted therapy. We provide services for veterans and thier family members through our nonprofit initiative peaceathomeproject.org

Carrollton, Georgia waypointranch.org [javascript protected email address] (678) 459-7825

Suzanna Meyer, MA, LPC

Suzanna is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Texas and a Nationally Certified Counselor. She earned her M.A in Professional Counseling and B.S. in Communication Disorders from Texas State University. She joined the Spirit Reins team in October 2013 and has been using the Natural Lifemanship model since that time. Suzanna has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has worked with clients in a variety of settings, including community agencies, school settings, private practice and through employee assistance programs. Suzanna believes that the counseling relationship is the foundation for change and works collaboratively with her clients to help them identify, appreciate and cultivate their strengths so they can utilize them in resolving difficulties.

Liberty Hill, Texas [javascript protected email address] (512) 508-3544

Tammy Corrales, MA, LPC-S

Tammy obtained her BA in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1999 and her MA, also in psychology, from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in 2002. She currently holds a license in Professional Counseling issued by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Tammy has worked extensively with families in various settings ranging from an adjudication center, to family shelter, foster care, treatment centers, and the public school system. She also spent one year focusing almost exclusively on the treatment of eating disorders when she served as the Clinical Director and developed the program curricula for a new treatment facility in Austin. Over the past thirteen years she has worked in private practice, collaborating with other mental health professionals and members of the legal community to establish standards of practice for therapeutic intervention with families involved in high conflict divorce disputes.

Georgetown, Texas www.wilcotherapist.com [javascript protected email address] (512) 470-4419