"Mirrors that Reflect our Souls"
"Healing With Horses" at WildRose Horse
Farm 501(c)3 copyright 2003/Shari Rosati All Rights Reserved.
The Healing With Horses Difference
Healing With Horses promotes Equine Assisted
Therapy (EAT) With over 50 years experience in Equine-Assisted Activities
and Therapy (EAAT), Healing With Horses (HWH) provides the finest EAAT programs available. Why? Because we believe every session
must be tailored precisely to the individual, be they child or adult.
Equine assisted activities and therapy
provides personalized instruction and guidance for emotionally, psychologically, cognitively and socially disabled people.
With established certified instructors experienced in social behavior, equine therapy, communication
skills to help cognitively and emotionally challenged people with special needs. We offer "Healing With Horses"
Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) and Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) Therapy in the styles of Dressage, English or Western which
includes Equine Safety and General Horse Care. We bring the New World of Horsemanship to YOU. We are about Emotional, Psychological and
Spiritual Healing which inludes Recovery of any kind. We promote Equine Assisted Learning and Communication. We ALSO provide
Regular Sessions and Riding Lessons.
teach people of all ages and walks of life to learn how to bond and communicate with horses. We offer a wide variety of Session
Packages and Lessons Packages in one hour sessions which will work with your budget whether it be Therapeutic or
Regular Horse Sessions of all kinds . We design a complete package of private sessions for individuals a team of
Counselors, Physicians and Nurses working side by side with our Advanced, Experienced and Certified Staff
who all offer a variety of Unique Equine Backgrounds. With the help of our Four-Legged Therapists who are gentle, well mannered
and patient with Children, Beginners and Experienced Equestrians.
Assisted Therapy and Activities
would benefit from Equine Assisted Therapy? People with Psychological, Cognitive, Emotional and Social Disorders may
use Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) adapted as needed - as a recreational and leisure experience.
The emphasis is on an Enjoyable and Relaxing Experience that provides
Additional Therapeutic Benefits in the areas of Communication, Socialization, Posture, Structure, Mobility, and an overall
improved quality of life. Individuals may participate in horse - related activities to their maximum ability in an atmosphere
of support, structure and socialization for the primary purpose of the intrinsic enjoyment of the activity.
We have worked with SECASA, Autism Speaks, CT. Farm Bureau, School Systems,
Courts, Families of Children With Disabilities, Tramautic Brain Injury Association, Wounded Warriors, Veterans Returning Home,
United Community Family Services, Waterford Country School and an extensive variety of others. We are
currently working with the Montville Board of Education and have created classes for their High School and Middle School Children.We
have extended ourselves to people in need of Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) and Recovery's of any kind.
Our programs extend to all needing help from Bereavement, Cancer, Communication
Skills, Family Counseling, ADD/ADHD, Depression, PTSD, TBI, Emotional Attachment Disorder, Asbergers, Autism, Grief, People
In Transition, Addictions and General Mental Health.
"To Trust Oneself In The Dance With The
Horse Is To Touch The Infinate"Shari Rosati-2003 Copyrighted/All Rights Reserved
We Need Your Help
We are in need of funding. I am asking people
to believe in what we can accomplish through equine assisted therapy. Let me explain - As a non-profit charity we spend
much of our time rehabilitating, training and caring for our horses to respond and work with people who have emotional
and cognitive disabilities. I began this non-profit charity after a horrific auto accident. It took me a very long time to
recover and to learn how to walk and speak again. To this day I suffer from traumatic brain injury and P.T.S.D. With injuries
such as these depression took over.
Through my life experience with the help of my horses in time I regained my speech and taught my body how to
walk and my brain how to function again. I do believe without the help of my horses I would not have been able to accomplish
this. Our events are a way to help sponsor our therapy programs. If you have any questions about how this works please contact
me (Shari) at (860) 912-1557. Please tell your family and friends how much we need them. Support Healing With Horses.
Click on our Donate Here Link to help. I personally wish to thank you in advance for anything you can do to help us.
Healing With Horses Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT)
501(c)3 is the "CENTERPIECE" of the services we offer. The gentle, four-legged staff members are remarkable
and intuitive. These social animals can sense the surface of uncertainty as well as deep-seated emotional distress.
In effect, they hold up a mirror in which clients can view themselves. The two-legged staff members
then translate and help the clients apply short and long-term changes to find balanced more fulfilling lives.
are based on the belief that our participants' needs are of the utmost importance-horses and humans alike. Our entire staff
is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to deliver the best service in the EAT industry. With a variety of programs
to choose from. We will meet and exceed your
There is enough evidence to prove some of the most insightful therapists eat hay. For decades, a
branch of healing known under various names such as Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP), Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) and
Equine Self Growth has help troubled, temporarily lost and traumatized children and adults find a sense of well-being, personal
balance and happiness. Horses are considered to be empathic. This makes it easier for the horse to interact with the
participant and has the ability to read the emotions of the student. Their calm sentient nature including
the ability to be non-judgmental makes the bond between horse and student a whole energy. What we call here at the facility
"One With Horse"
Morgan has been riding with
us and volunteering with us for over 10 years. Morgan is a Certified Instructor and excellent rider and a loyal worker here
at the farm.
- Boosts Confidence and Self-Esteem
- Develops Personal
- Develops Trust, Patience and Responsibility
- Enhances Listening and Communication Skills
-Strengthens Emotional Control and Self Discipline
536 Raymond Hill Road
Uncasville, CT 06382
(Shari) (860) 912-1557
Trainer/Instructor (Kaleigh) (860) 449-2316
We Have Gift Certificates
Available all year round. Give the Gift of Healing!
Your generous donations will help us to continue
to provide our wellness programs allowing us to help rescue horses and people in YOUR Community!
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