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Equine Assisted Growth And Learning Association, Inc

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PO Box 993 Santaquin UT 84655 USA


The Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) is committed to setting the standard of professional excellence in how horses and humans work together to improve the quality of life and mental health of individuals, families, and groups worldwide. EAGALA provides education, standards, innovation, and support to professionals providing services in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning.


EAGALA programs:- Certification program training mental health professionals and horse professionals across the world how to conduct Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning sessions. As of 2008, over 5,500 professionals have been trained offering services around the world.- Annual Conference - 9th Annual Conference had an attendance of 444.- Bi-monthly e-newsletter and bi-annual magazine.- Website with many resources for professionals and the public, including a listing of programs around the U.S. and world that utilize the EAGALA Model in their educational and mental health treatment programs. - Attendance at mental health/social services/correctional conferences across the country to educate the mental health community on this effective approach to help their clients.- Consultation and support to help professionals develop EAP/L programs to bring this approach to their communities.- Conduct and disseminate research on the effectiveness of EAP.

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Rating: 5 stars  

This is an awesome organization that has the psychological needs of all people, and people groups, at the heart of its cause. The unique combination of quality mental health professionals, equine specialists and horses provides each client with opportunities to discover their own strengths, perceived weeknesses and improvement pathways. EAGALA just adopted a significant, yet achievable, vision for this organization: “Every person around the world has access to EAGALA Model services.” I support EAGALA and give to this cause because of the real changes that are being made in people's lives all around the world. In addition, I am confident that this organization is being managed in a way that will advance the organization's cause for perpetual positive impact.

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Exemplary organization. Exemplary mental health, human service, professional and organizational trainings as well. In the field of equine mental health -i.e.- the use of horses in mental health psychotherapy, the EAGALA model is without question or doubt the highest rating in levels of care, purpose, professional results and findings, accuracy, professional integrity and soundness in practice both professionally and spiritually. I include the spiritual aspect in this last evaluation, as there are too many practices in the mental health field, including equine work that is in truth unsound, inaccurate and/ or unhealthy. The trainings at each Level and the practice of this EAGALA modality is effective, amazingly accurate and very enjoyable! To boot, one, whether the professional or the client, enjoys fresh air too! EAGALA has both domestic and international affiliations. Truly extraordinary and sound work!

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