[I consult and consider many sources in search of appropriate subject matter for this blog. Often I find material that is best left (mostly) untouched by me, e.g., today’s short piece comes from a flyer I found on the counter at a VA clinic.]
This piece refers specifically to a venue in Monmouth County, New Jersey. If you know of a similar program anywhere else, please let us know.
Hoof Prints on the heart, Inc. is a 501c(3) Nonprofit organization dedicated to providing Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies to individuals who are working through personal and emotional challenges in all stages of life. Under the guidance of a licensed counselor and professionally trained staff, children and adults who may be experiencing feelings of anxiety, depression, and isolation will have the opportunity to receive unconditional acceptance through a genuine connection with horses, in a peaceful and idyllic setting. Located in beautiful Millstone Township, NJ, the heart of picturesque Monmouth County horse country, Hoof Prints on the Heart offers participants a chance to reconnect with nature and explore alternative solutions to common every-day problems by actively engaging with caring and compassionate staff and equine partners in a safe, fun, and therapeutic environment. In addition to helping people Hoof Prints on the Heart gives many horses an opportunity to have a purpose long after their show career ends.
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Bona Fides: About Jenni Tevlin
Jenni is a National Certified Counselor and NJ-State Licensed Associate Counselor. Jenni is a results-oriented human resources and project management professional, with change management, risk management, organizational readiness, and compliance experience. Jenni has a flexible work style, a high level of emotional intelligence, and MS degrees in Animal Science and Psychological Counseling.