Counselling and Equine Psychotherapy
SCEAP is a Community Interest Company set up to provide equine assisted therapy to community members who are in need of therapeutic support and may not have the means to access existing services.
Group sessions available for staff, teams and corporate settings. Pricing available through discussion, depending on size of group and time required.
We offer an excellent alternative to traditional room based therapies and exist to reach people who may be marginalised within our communtities.
We offer a range of session types which can assist with: Addiction, Anxiety, Anger, Depression, Behavioural Challenges, PTSD and much more.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Active reflective and creative exercises. We will tailor a program to suit your needs.
Walk and Talk Therapy
Walking out in the open air with the Therapist. This may feel less anxiety provoking than sitting face to face.
The staff at SCEAP are professionally qualified and are fully compliant with local authority requirements to work with both young people and adults.
Maggie holds a Diploma in Equine Facilitated Pyschotherapy and has been practising counselling since 2009. Maggie has over 20 years experience as a teacher, working with children and young adults with additional needs, learning and behavioural differences.
She has also worked with adults since since 2005,in both a teaching and counselling capacity. She manages a small group of counsellors who provide support to homeless clients.
Diane holds a Diploma in Equine Assisted Pyschotherapy and is a Counsellor and Independent Social Worker.
She has worked in two Democratic Therapeutic Communities, a Mental Health Day Care Service for Adults, a Hospice and Bereavement Charity.
“I got to witness this beautiful horse snoozing in front of me and it was the most beautiful thing I have ever had to witness The trust and vulnerability she showed me was unreal. And the welcoming from Gordancer was lovely too. Thank you so much for today, can’t wait for the next session ”
*Client names changed for privacy