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‘A Special Bond’: The Power of Equine-Assisted Therapy

From: America’s Best Racing By: David Hill EXCERPT Earle Mack, the former Ambassador to Finland who initiated and funds the Man O’ War Project, says the status quo in treating PTSD is unacceptable. “The scientific and medical community has made great strides in understanding, recognizing, and diagnosing PTSD among veterans in the last several decades,” he […]

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A Purpose: Role of Equine Therapy in Veteran PTSD Explored

From: Horsetalk.co.nz EXCERPT Equine therapy for combat and service veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder is in the spotlight in a new three-part digital docu-series exploring the anecdotal evidence and quest for scientific proof supporting the role that horses play in addressing PTSD. The first two videos from “Purpose” are available online. Produced by America’s Best Racing (ABR), the […]

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