Equine Assisted Learning, (EAL), is a coaching approach. This method aids individuals in changing patterns of behavior in their lives. Therapy, on the other hand, addresses a psychiatric concern and aims to medically cure the problem. This difference is critical: it must be understood before an individual will know which approach is right for them.… Read more »
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Gina meets each client where they’re at in their internal challenges with business and personal development.
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Have you ever thought beyond today? Beyond the coming month or year? Of course, you have, dreaming about what your life could like one day. If you could step into the future what would you be doing? (discretion of personal/professional/relationships) But wait before you go. You have to prepare yourself to live your future life… Read more »
There are many people practicing Equine Assisted Learning with and without certification. As an expert in the field of EAL, the biggest problem I see is that so many do not understand the facilitation, which I see as the means of transformation. We all know the value the horse brings to teaching humans, but do… Read more »
Do you ever find you have difficulty making a decision? Maybe, it’s where to go for lunch? Which shirt goes best with those pants? To post a status update or not? And if the answer is yes to post, what to post? Latte or Chai? You may be an overthinker. Actually, each and every one… Read more »
Are you overwhelmed with getting everything your child needs for school and worried that they might not fit in? Many parents are already stressing out about making the transition back to school. Gina Yarrish can help. Odds are, she’ll say, those who are stressed out over back-to-school issues are adult children of parents who were… Read more »