Horses, Mindfulness and the Natural Environment: Observations From a Qualitative Study with At-Risk Young People Participating in Therapeutic Horsemanship Dr Hannah
Equine-Facilitated Learning for Youths with Severe Emotional Disorders: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study, Ewing et al, 2007. Read more
Kemp, K, Signal, T, Botros, H Taylor, N & Prentice, K 2014, ‘Equine Facilitated Therapy with Children and Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Abused: a Program Evaluation Study’, Journal of a Child and Family Studies, vol 23,pp.558-566, Read more
Journal of Human Animal Interaction, a new publication of the American Psychological Association (Pendry & Roeter, 2012).
There is growing evidence that promotion of behavioural and social-emotional competence in children and youth is an effective strategy to prevent mental, emotional and behavioural disorders in adulthood (O’Connell, Boat & Warner, 2009).