STAT Inc® provides a broad range of equine assisted services facilitated with mental health professionals, equine specialists, physical therapists, speech therapists, and certified therapeutic riding instructors. First Responders and Veterans are at the HEART of STAT; we also have Veteran staff and family members of First Responders/Veterans/Service Members.
We are honored to help First Responders heal, learn, and strengthen alongside horses through Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) individual and group programs that are primarily ground based. Your responses are kept confidential with the STAT Staff Team.
We also teach people how to ride horses through basic instruction and to grow greater confidence on the ground, in the saddle, and on trail.
Are you interested in learning more about donor funded STAT equine assisted learning programs for First Responders?
STAT Teams are certified in two EAL Protocols: Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) with an Individual Military Designation and the OK Corral Crisis Series.
We offer First Responders a 1-hour Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) experience pending donor funds. Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) focuses on a growth mindset to build confidence, motivation, problem solving, and communication without processing any mental health conditions or trauma. While EAL is not mental health treatment, it is often described as therapeutic, educational, and enjoyable.
No. Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is not mental health treatment and not to be confused with Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP), which is mental health treatment (e.g., PTSD, Anxiety, Depression). If you are already receiving mental health care, let your mental health treatment provider know about your interest in an EAL program.
This confidential contact form is received by the STAT Inc. CEO and STAT Designated Staff member. A staff member will be in touch to set up a brief phone call to answer questions and ensure fit for programming. Submitting this form does not indicate immediate acceptance into any programming. By submitting this form you attest you are at least 18 years old and give STAT staff permission to call or email you to briefly discuss the information on the form and programming. Questions? Call us: (833) 328-STAT
If you are ever in an emotional crisis needing immediate help, please call 988.
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