Thank you so much for registering for the Equine Therapy 101 Webinar.
Unfortunately, our speaker needs to POSTPONE this webinar because her mother is in the hospital with a broken hip. We will notify you of the new date and time as soon as we know.
Thank you! Sorry for any inconvenience!
Join us on Saturday, March 13th at 12:00pm CENTRAL as we speak with Lulu Bogolin, Executive Director of the Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc., about the benefits of Equine Therapy. This webinar will be recorded.
Register in advance for this webinar here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
A little about Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc. Their mission is to provide horsemanship experiences to those with mental, physical or psychological disabilities in order to enhance the quality and productivity of their lives.
A little about Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc. in their own words: Equine-Assisted Therapy Inc. is a 51(c)3 non-profit and was started in 2004 by Ginni Hartke with a love of horses and the passion to help others. In 2019 Ginni retired naming Lulu Bogolin the new Executive Director. Currently, we have 2 locations in St. Louis County Missouri, 21 therapy horses and serve 135 riders a week plus local groups. We collaborate with local school districts, The Alzheimer’s Assoc., St Louis Foster Care Coalition, Cancer Cares, Autism Services Inc and many others. We currently utilize 150 volunteers a week and have 12 Certified Equine Therapy Instructors, most of whom are duly certified. Many also have degrees in Equine Therapy, Early Childhood Education, PT, and Speech Therapy.
Our main facility in Wildwood, Missouri operates year round and our Town and Country Missouri facility operates spring through fall. Our centers are recognized by PATH Intl., SpiritHorse Intl., and Equine Connections.
We would love to answer any questions you may have about Equine Therapy. Our website is eatherapy.org and our phone number is (314) 971-0605.