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  1. JA Colonel Frost "Jake"
    JA Colonel Frost "Jake"
    Jake, a Quarter Horse and a retired barrel racer, came to us as our first therapy horse. Jake loves to be groomed and fussed over, and don't forget the snacks. He loves his snacks and has proven to be a favorite with everyone.
  2. Mickey
    Mickey
    Mickey, is a miniature pony 8.3 hands and weighs 168 lbs. Mickey is an appaloosa and was donated to LVEAL to work in the therapy program. Mickey is very sweet, loves treats and loves to be brushed.
  3. Minnie
    Minnie
    Minnie, a miniature pony at 9 hands 208 lbs. was also donated to LVEAL as a therapy pony. She is quite the character and pretty much does as she pleases. She is definitely a wonderful addition to the team.
  4. Calvin
    Calvin
    Calvin, a Thoroughbred and retired racehorse recently joined our very special herd. Calvin is 14 yrs old, and very sweet. He is a great addition and we look forward to learning all about him.
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Las Vegas Equine-Assisted Learning and Healing Center Inc., is a non-profit organization, and has been developed to provide individuals and groups the opportunity to interact with horses and heal emotional challenges, team building, and life coaching sessions designed by using horses.  We also provide a place and rescue unwanted horses.   The programs, which has already been receiving large interest in the community, bring individuals the following:

  • Certified EAL/EAP practitioners
  • Years of horsemanship 
  • a Certified Life Coach
  • Available 7 days a week
  • We cover Las Vegas and outer areas
  • Specializing in Veterans with PTSD
  • Addiction
  • Family Relationships

Equine Assisted Philosophy, or as it is more commonly known, “Equine Therapy", is a discipline of using horses as a means to provide metaphoric experiences in order to promote emotional growth and develop basic relationship skills, trust, and personal development.

    

One on One interaction with horses can provide opportunities for individuals to explore their own personal issues or self-development in a positive, meaningful, and engaging way. Equine Assisted Philosophy can be used for a variety of clients including at-risk youth, Veterans suffering from PTSD, Depression, Self-Help Improvement, Mental Disabilities, and other challenges surrounding trust and relationship development.  

Equine assisted philosophy can provide many needed benefits directly to our clients. Working with horses has proven to have many positive benefits such as ● Building Confidence ● Self-Efficacy ● Self-Inter perspective ● Communication ● Trust ● Perspective ● Depression ● Self-Acceptance ● Impulse Control ● Social Skills ● Boundaries ● Spiritual Connection 

Nanci Stone, a Certified Life Coach and Certified Equine Specialist; 
Christopher Stone Anton, a Certified EMT and Counselor Tech specialist for those in Drug Addiction/Recovery, and Equine Specialist Intern;
Mark Stone Anton, Equine Specialist Intern