In this individual equine-assisted psychotherapy session a client learns to take a different approach to relationships in his life. Rather than building "fences" he learns to build trust and to reward desired behaviors in others.
A woman facing a difficult life situation finds herself outside her "comfort zone," avoiding decision making, and pushing herself, feeling that she is "not on track." She states, "I'm pushing forward but taking two steps back." In this excerpt from an equine-assisted psychotherapy session, viewers can see clearly how this therapeutic model employs the horse both as a metaphor and as a catalyst to facilitate therapeutic issues coming to the surface.