I have extensive experience working with survivors of trauma, Addictions are often an unwelcomed side-effect of trauma, and I can work compassionately when they co-occur. I understand the unique challenges that developmental age plays re: traumatic events, death and loss. I take a gentle yet proactive approach to treating trauma. I know the difficulty of talking about these most personal and often horrifying events. I have compassion and respect for survivors of trauma. My approach to treating trauma is reflective of this.
Caroline is a Clinical Psychologist who obtained her degree from the Wright Institute. She enjoys working with adults, children, couples and families. Caroline has experience working with those suffering with self esteem issues, depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship struggles. She is a Certified Equine and Mental Health Specialist with Eagala (Equine assisted growth and learning association). Caroline is also an animal lover and has been a horse owner for many years. She completed her dissertation on the efficacy of equine assisted therapy for veterans with PTSD.
"Sarah is a doctoral level practicum student, working towards her degree as a clinical psychologist from the Wright Institute. She aims to provide personalized and supportive treatment. She has experience working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. Her focus is predominantly around trauma informed care and meeting each client with empathy and respect. She is also an animal lover!"
Kim is the founder of V.E.T. and Project H.O.P.E., she is also a certified Equine Specialist with the organization. Kim has been certified since 2011 and has been working with veterans for 6 years. The motto at Ridge Ranch is "Come into the world of the horse and see what you might discover about yourself".
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