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Addiction is among the top 5 most serious problems affecting the modern world. It often flies under the radar until it starts taking its toll. Now, one thing everyone should remember is that it’s never too late to commence a battle against addiction. However, the gravity of your problem depends on when you decide to acknowledge your issue. In other words, it’s always better to start working on yourself sooner rather than later, but it’s also important to keep in mind that it’s never too late.

Equine-assisted therapy is a form of therapy that includes horses. Horses are well-known for being animals with the best therapeutic properties alongside cats and dogs, especially when it comes to treating people with severe substance abuse issues. Here at Fountain Hills Recovery, we aim to create positive interactions between horses and people, which then helps our patients with overcoming serious predicaments.

Equine Therapy for Addiction Treatment Yields Incredible Results

While equine therapy is somewhat new, it has shown incredible results throughout the years. For the most part, it’s because it falls under the branch of Animal-Assisted Therapy in which a person interacts with animals rather than other people. The best thing about it is that it can sometimes yield better results than therapy with people.

However, the success of this particular treatment greatly depends on one’s personal preferences. For example, some people simply aren’t keen on interacting with animals, which is nothing out of the ordinary but requires different actions.

We strive to help our patients rehabilitate from their addiction in a way that’s beneficial both for their health and mental stability. There are plenty of issues people battle against that cannot be addressed in traditional therapy, but rather with experiential methods such as equine therapy.

While not all people are perfectly viable candidates for this particular method, the vast majority is indeed eligible. If you’re not sure whether this is the right thing for you, take a moment and check out some of these benefits:

  • Horses can sense one’s feelings and respond accordingly, thus offering immediate feedback
  • Horses can help you improve both your social and cognitive skills
  • Horses offer unconditional love and a non-judging relationship
  • Horses can significantly improve your trust-building skills

If you’re struggling against addiction and are looking for an alternative solution, such as equine therapy, pick up your phone and give us a call! We will be more than happy to guide you through the process and follow your progress each step of the way.