“Horses are beautiful and intuitive animals to be around; as partners in this process horses provide a non-judgmental approach to learning simply.
Horses don’t judge. They cannot over think a situation, identify motives or manipulate. Their intuitive nature and innate sensitivity can provide a person with a window into their behaviors which creates opportunity for self reflection and change.”
BNest Incubator Programme 2016/2017 Participant
Meitheal Le Capaill offers an unique thrapy – Equine Assisted Learning to help trauma recover in the most vulnerable.
Equine Assisted Sessions are activities completed on the ground by the participant and the horse(s) under the supervision and guidance of an EL Facilitator. There is no horseback riding involved.
– obstacles courses and
– sensory awareness exercises and
About Elaine Ní Mhurchú
Elaine has extensive experience working with children and families. She has a background in Early Education & Social Services combined with life long experience and passion for working with horses. Elaine holds a BA Degree in Applied Social Studies in Social Care, is a qualified Equine Assisted Learning Coach and holds a Masters of Philosophy Trinity College Dublin.
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