I am excited to be continuing to grow and learn in the field of Equine Assisted Services through adding Natural Lifemanship to my training. At Tailwinds Therapy, we believe in growth without limits and that there is always more to know. I am excited to continue my education in this field and to begin integrating the neuroscience behind healing trauma into the work with the horses to help support our clients further. Stay tuned for more updates in this journey!
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Anxiety: How Tailwinds Therapy Can Help.
Our services offer traditional therapy in office or online, or you can step outside the office and work with horses as part of your treatment. Interacting with horses provides a hands-on experience where you can put your skills to practice even as soon as your first session. Our specially-trained mental health professional and equine specialist will be there to support you as you find new ways to understand the causes of your anxiety and as you learn healthy ways to manage it.
Youth at Risk: How Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Can Help.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy is an Animal Assisted Therapy that involves working with horses. This offers a hands-on experience for youth to build healthy relationships, improve social and communication skills, gain insight about the impact of their behaviors, and to learn how to regulate during times of stress and frustration.
Now HIRING Licensed Mental Health Clinician
Tailwinds Therapy is seeking to hire additional mental health clinicians to grow our team. Compensation varies based on experience and qualifications. Benefits are available for full-time employees. Clinical supervision can be provided to provisionally licensed clinicians.
Dear Parents: An Open Letter About Suicide in Childhood
An open letter to parents and caregivers about suicide in children. Learn the signs, symptoms, and how to reduce the risk of suicide.
5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Anxiety During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Learn 5 simple ways you can reduce your anxiety surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak.
Sometimes Things Get Worse Before They Get Better: A common hurdle in the therapy process.
While it is true that many people start feeling better as soon as they make contact with a therapist, it's a common misconception in therapy that once you start actually working through your issues that you will keep feeling better and better every time you attend a session.