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REINING IN TRAUMA

Individual Therapy Program

Limited openings available for the Reining in Trauma Program.

Reining in Trauma is an equine-assisted individual therapy program for youth and adults, ages 12 and up, led by a licensed mental health professional and an equine specialist. Our program offers a safe place for individuals impacted by trauma to process and learn to regulate their emotions while gaining healthy coping skills.  

Working with the horses offers a unique opportunity for individuals to feel present, practice mindfulness, and improve their ability to build relationships. Combining traditional therapeutic interventions with a natural setting and the valuable partnership with horses, the Reining in Trauma program results in powerful inner transformations for individuals with observable and measurable changes in behavior, life skills, self-regulation, and relationships.

 

This therapy program helps youth and adults build resiliency and empowers them with the belief that they are worthy of love, belonging, and the experience of joy.
 

** Please note that this is not a horseback riding program.

STRUCTURE

15 weekly sessions (Sept. 6th  – Dec. 17th)

Sessions will be offered on weekdays based on staff availability.

COST

The cost of this 15-week semester program is $600*. A deposit is required to complete registration (refundable up to 14 days prior to the beginning of the program).  The remaining balance will be due on the first day of sessions, or a payment plan option is available if needed.

*There is a reduced cost available for Medicaid-eligible families. A sliding scale fee schedule is also available for those who need help with the cost of the program.

HOW TO ENROLL

Please reach out to our office at info@spiritreins.org or (512) 778-9449 to discuss the current availability for enrollment. 

Spirit Reins is not a crisis or critical care center. If your child is actively suicidal or experiencing a serious crisis, please call 911 or take them to the nearest hospital.