Equine Assisted Psychotherapy – EAP

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, or EAP, is a specialised form of therapy using horses to help patients cope with addiction. Since this type of therapy emerged several decades ago it has been understood that interaction with horses can break down barriers far more quickly than is the case in relations with other human beings. In order to accomplish simple tasks, therefore, patients are taught to speak ‘the language of the horse’, which is devoid of deception and manipulation.

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7 Drugs for 7 decades

One in three adults in England and Wales have used illicit drugs in their lifetime, according to a study by the British Crime Survey. In

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Blue Monday

With a combination of gloomy grey weather, post Christmas financial strains and shattered New Year’s resolutions, the third Monday in January is said to be

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