Indiana Equine Therapy for Addiction
Addiction treatment goes far beyond removing a substance from your body – it’s about reshaping and restoring the way your mind body and soul work together. The addition of holistic therapies should be considered for a well-rounded treatment program with optimal results. Among many holistic treatments is Equine Therapy where unique horse-facilitated experiences help individuals strengthen their mind-body-soul connection. The Agape unbridled hope program serves horses and humans year-round to promote overall wellness.
Traditional addiction treatment often involves medical detoxification, rehabilitation and group and individual therapy. It can occur in places such as a hospital, an addiction treatment center or a doctor’s office, and it can last anywhere from a few days to several months. Sober living is a lifelong commitment that goes beyond the traditional treatment stage – and holistic practices such as animal-assisted therapies should be considered for lifelong wellness.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Does Equine Therapy in Indiana Entail?
Is Equine Therapy at Bridges of Hope Right For You?
The physical, emotional and spiritual impact of addiction can be extensive. To achieve lifelong sobriety and health, you need resources and a variety of support systems on your side. Since every individual is different and every addiction is different, the same process won’t be effective for each new client. But if you struggle with overcoming the emotional, spiritual, and physical aspects of addiction- equine therapy could benefit your treatment program.
It is believed that excellence can be achieved by anyone through the right practices. Their animal-assisted therapy will give you the trust and respect in yourself and others to strive for acceptance, patience, and unconditional love that will build the foundation for a healthy sober life.
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