"Trotter has compiled a tremendous resource for mental health professionals interested in adding equine assisted counseling to their existing practice. I am excited and impressed by the wisdom of the many contributors she has included and I look forward to all that this field is becoming." - Leif Hallberg, MA, LCPC, Private Practice, Bozeman, Montana
"This book is a highly valuable resource for counselors who work with horses. It is well written and organized and provides useful, practical, and very interesting information." - Cynthia Chandler, EdD, Professor of Counseling and Director, Center for Animal Assisted Therapy, University of North Texas
"This book needs to be on the shelf of every EAT and AAT practitioner and in the hands of instructors and students as well. I personally loved the case studies which add an enjoyable narrative. Two thumbs up and five stars! I highly recommend it!" - Linda Nebbe PhD, LMHC, Assistant Professor of Counseling, University of Northern Iowa, and AAT Practitioner
About the Author
Kay Sudekam Trotter, PhD, is the Founder of Equine Partners in Counseling (EPIC), a structure to develop resources for counselors to utilize in incorporating equine assisted counseling into more traditional counseling modalities. She is also President of Counseling Services PLLC in Flower Mound, Texas.