Centaur Leadership Services
Fostering growth and learning through work with horses
Centaur Leadership Services (CLS) offers Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) and Equine-Assisted Mental Health (EAMH) programs for community youth, undergraduates studying leadership, education, and human development, and graduate students pursuing a Limited-Residency Master of Arts Degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus in EAMH.
Our philosophy is simply, through conscious relationship with horses, people are able to develop self-awareness, emotional congruence, and healthy ways of being. Through intentional facilitation of the inherent healing power and intuition of horses, and in combination with the therapeutic value of natural settings, CLS seeks to provide a venue for increased personal awareness, shared growth and academic learning.
CLS brings together people and horses to foster the awareness, skills, and qualities that are essential for being fully human.
CLS facilitates collaboration between public, private and service-based organizations to foster growth and learning, and to serve as a center for exploration through interaction with horses. The program provides opportunities for partnerships with horses, programs for individuals, families and youth, and serves as an equine resource for the education and training of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professional certifications.
Equine Assisted Programs and Resources
Equine-assisted Mental Health
Prescott College’s pioneering Equine Assisted Mental Health (EAMH) program blends a passion for interaction with horses and other equines with the skills of counseling and psychology. ... Learn more >
Equine Assisted Learning
Our EAL program blends a comprehensive theoretical framework with hands-on experience in equine-assisted/facilitated work under the guidance of internationally renowned practitioners. ... Learn more >
Ironstone Equine Assisted Therapy for Veterans
Upcoming 12th Annual EAH & EAML Gathering (2015)
Registration FormClick here for online registration and payment for the 12th Gathering for EAH & EAML Best Practices
Previous EAH & EAML Gatherings
Establishing & Developing an Equine-Assisted Business
Prescott College Contact Information
220 Grove Avenue
Prescott, Arizona 86301