Find an Equine Assisted Practitioner – Tasmania
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
EAP is otherwise known as ‘equine therapy’ or ‘horse therapy’ – delivered by clinicians, who offer treatment for mental health conditions. counselling and psychotherapy services.
Our Certified EAP Practitioners are registered mental health and clinical professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists, mental health occupational therapists and nurses) who have also successfully completed over 120 hours training, supervision and assessment in EAP , and now offer it as specialist clinical modality within their professional field of practice.
Lisa Palmer (BSW)
Bachelor of Social Work
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning (EAP/L)
I am a Social Worker with 28 years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families in the area of trauma, including sexual assault and family violence; youth offending; vocational rehabilitation and clinical mental health.
In addition to EAP/L I have training and experience in evidence-based mental health therapies such as CBT, ACT and DBT.
I am a new service in this area and as such will be exploring the nature of the service I will be providing. I am particularly interested in supporting riders in their relationship with horses; the area of mental health; and organizational leadership programs.
However I am happy to provide services to people above the ages of 13 years and over with any goals they identify at this time.
RAEN Therapeutic Services
Wynyard, North West Coast, Tasmania
Equine Assisted Learning
Our Certified EAL Practitioners are teachers, disability support workers, youth workers, horse riding instructors, coaches, organisational consultants, and, people interested in helping people learn new skills, with the horses as engaging partners in the process.
EAL practitioners have also successfully completed over 120 hours training, supervision and assessment in EAL , and now offer it as specialist modality to support social-emotional learning, personal development and professional development such as leadership and team effectiveness skills.
EAL is not therapy. EAL is an innovative form of experiential learning – where clients develop new insight and learn new skills via relational experiences with horses.
EPI Model EAL Practitioner
Equine Supported Programs
Trained Holistic Counsellor, Nutritionist and Reiki Master, HH Dip (Ad.C.S.) HH Dip (E.D.) Cert Comm Fd Serv (Tafe SA)
Michelle offers individual and group Equine Supported Learning & Growth sessions with horses in nature, to empower Resilience, Meaningful Relationships and Health & Wellness in people’s lives. She is passionate about ‘creating safe space’ for horses and humans to learn, grow and heal together through shared experiences of awareness and mindfulness.
Michelle sees a wide variety of people from all ages and has a special interest in Eating Disorders and those struggling with Anxiety/Depression and Trauma.