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Cover Story - February 17, 2016

Finding help ... from a horse

Locals conduct equine-assisted therapy programs

by Kate Daly

What with all the horses, stables, trails and therapeutic riding programs in the Woodside area, this part of the Peninsula has long been considered horse country. And now there's another reason to call it that — people practicing and seeking equine-assisted psychotherapy.

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Posted by Theresa Brown
a resident of Woodside: other
on Feb 18, 2016 at 5:54 am

I've always been curious about the equine therapy operations around this area. I've heard a bit about horses interacting well with people, especially children, who have emotional or physical development issues. This article helps me understand more about how horses interact with people. Good reading for a non-horsey person living in horse country.


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