We offer a range of services and provide flexibility to best meet your individual and family needs. If you have any questions about the services listed below, or cannot find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us.
-Birth trauma, postpartum
Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy
****This program is currently on hold at the moment while Annie explores some other clinical elements. Triple Play Farm is still available and Annie can help connect you to the farm to explore that option with another clinician.****
FRCC partners with Triple Play Farm to provide Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP). EFP has been proven effective for a variety of mental health issues including behavioral regulation,ADHD, substance abuse, eating disorders, physical/emotional abuse, depression, anxiety, anger management, conflict resolution, relationship problems and social-communication. This is an experiential therapy which involves interacting with and/or observing the horses and processing feelings, thoughts, and observations. There is a mental health clinician and an equine specialist present at all times.
How are horses therapeutic? They have many advantages including an amazing ability to mirror human behavior without the filter. Horses will sense how you are feeling and respond accordingly. There is no way to convince a horse to react and interact with you differently unless you change your behavior. This mirrors many people's life experiences, and engaging in EFP allows you to explore how to change that behavior to get a different result. Horses are also very large and can be intimidating animals. For some, just interacting with such a large animal allows one to work through certain fears and gain confidence.
For more information about Triple Play Farm:
Family & Couples Counseling
-Coping with diagnosis
-Developing healthy communication
Cait has been practicing yoga for over seven years. In 2010, she completed a 200 hour certification in Baptist style power vinyasa yoga from Bill Raup at Power Yoga Works studio in Philadelphia. She used her training to teach her peers while studying Gender Studies and Human Rights at Davidson College. Seeking more out of her practice, in December 2012 Cait graduated from a second 200 hour teacher training program through Koaverii Weber's Subtle Yoga program. She is currently finishing up her 500 hour Yoga Therapeutics training with Koaverii. In addition to these trainings, Cait has trained with David Emerson in trauma-sensitive yoga for those with PTSD.
Cait is also pursuing her certification as a Doula, or traditional birth assistant, to complement her pre-natal yoga work. She has worked with a variety of different populations including the elderly, individuals with chronic illness/pain, pre/post natal, children, and the general population. Cait believes strongly in educating women about their bodies and their choices in labor, birth, and parenting.
For more information about Therapeutic Yoga:
***program currently on hold***
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