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Mahala's Hope: Recovery through equine therapy

'Each of us has an impact on others - the ripple effect - each interaction touches the life of another. Our hope is to leave each person changed, rejuvenated and restored.'

5:33 PM, Jul. 25, 2013
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Hopes, dreams, and aspirations - for those battling addiction and trauma, these simple but natural aspects of our human experience can seem out of reach. The gradual and ongoing journey of healing, recovery and reconnecting is challenging, but for many who enter into the world of equine experiential therapy, learning to cope, to relate to others, and to make positive choices comes naturally through interaction with these powerful yet gentle creatures.

Mahala's Hope, founded through the work of Sandy Hardie, licensed clinical substance abuse counselor and certified trauma ...

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