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Learning Equine experiential learning or equineassisted activities emphasize the educational benefits that clients may gain from interaction with horses, without making specific therapeutic claims. The person who runs this kind of program does not need to be a licensed therapist. He or she will, however, need to have training to work with both horses and people. Most often, this means the leader of the program will be a qualified therapeutic riding instructor with additional training in equinecentered learning experiences. In equine experiential learning, the basic idea is that clients will learn about themselves through interaction with their environment—including people, animals, the natural setting, and situations arranged in specific ways by the instructor or team of instructors, to bring about particular results. Some common goals of most equinefacilitated programs are for patients to gain improved selfesteem and selfawareness, develop trust and social skills, and gain a greater ability to make choices. Other objectives are to help participants set goals, improve problemsolving, and develop a strong sense of personal responsibility, respect, and caring for others

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