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We entrust horses to show us the way back to health. Work and observation in the horse world lends itself to extremely powerful metaphors into our own patterns, strengths, and nonverbal messages we send out.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) & Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL)
Equine-assisted work honors the natural behavior of horses and herds. Horses are skilled at keeping themselves safe and are adept at survival. Their natural behaviors are optimal for mental and physical health. In many respects, we as humans have lost the instinct to keep ourselves safe and healthy. We entrust horses to show us the way back to health. Work and observation in the horse world lends itself to extremely powerful metaphors into our own patterns, strengths, and nonverbal messages we send out.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) implements the power of equine-assisted philosophies and exercises to introduce therapy clients to themselves in a morality that has been found to be more efficient and less threatening than traditional talk therapy.
Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) is a field of practice based on the successes of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). We have learned that everyone can benefit from equine-assisted work - not just therapy clients. Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) uses equine-assisted philosophies and exercises in a variety of arenas including parenting and family dynamics, personal coaching, church groups, corporate retreats, and more.
EAP and EAL can help with emotional and behavioral issues, anger management, marriage and relationship issues, abuse and addiction, mental health issues including PTSD, and more. We also work with special needs children and kids that are just going through a tough time.
FAITH-BASED SOBER LIVING
Changing Gaits Sober Living Community is built on the premise of lifelong sobriety. We are a faith-based residential sober living community that guides men through the transition from early recovery to independent living, focusing on sobriety and personal growth. We are located on a beautiful, expansive, and serene 80 acre ranch in Brook Park, Minnesota. Our unique extended-care sober living program supports and promotes each resident’s recovery and healing in a spiritually uplifting environment.
Changing Gaits Sober Living Community is more than a sober house or a halfway house. We are a structured framework with a faith-based supportive environment designed to help men in early recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism learn how to incorporate and internalize values and behaviors critical for successful long-term recovery and to maintain healthy independent living.
OUR FACILITIES & AMENITIES
Located on 80 Beautiful Acres
24 Hour In-House Manager
LADC on Staff
Equine Therapy Provided
Weekly Support Meetings
Washer & Dryer
Must be 18 Years of Age or Older
Sobriety (Zero Tolerance Use of Drugs & Alcohol)
Have a STRONG desire to stay sober
Daily devotion and meditation
Attend all in house meetings
3 Mandatory meetings
Pay rent on time.
For Availability or to Join our Wait List,
Please Call: 763-310-7149
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
HORSE TRAIL RIDES & CAMPING
Changing Gaits offers horse trail rides and camping. The suggested donation is $40 an hour per person (No double riding). To book a ride, please call our office at 320-438-4001.
Proverbs 21:31 The Horse is made ready for the day of battle, but the Victory belongs to the lord.