Hello! It has been a (very) long time, but I am back! I have a new path forward for this blog, and I have been very busy in my personal life.
The most relevant news is that I am completing my Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and will graduate at the end of this year. Currently, I am a graduate student clinician in speech-language pathology. Working as a speech-language pathology student this year has opened my eyes to so many more aspects of therapy, but I continue to return to therapeutic horseback riding and equine assisted activities as an option for almost every client.
I have encountered very few therapists and families who are even aware of therapeutic riding as an option for clients. I want to change that. I will be writing about my experiences as a therapeutic riding instructor, burgeoning speech-language pathologist, and where the two industries can intersect.
The blog has a new look and I will be adding posts to all three areas (lesson ideas, equine activities, and speech language). Stay tuned for more content coming soon!
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