Amy is an assistant professor at Harding University in the Cannon-Clary College of Education. She is a licensed G/T specialist and certified EAGALA I and II equine specialist . She also supervises student teachers at Harding University. Amy has experience in using EAP in training teachers, with Alternative Learning Environment students, and in leadership and marriage groups. Amy owns The Stable at Armstrong Springs with her husband, Scott, and is a life-long horse lover.
Anne is a licensed professional school counselor and licensed professional mental health counselor as well as a certified EAGALA equine-assisted psychotherapist. She has 6 years of experience teaching in high school and 5 years of experience in professional school counseling. Additionally, as a licensed clinical counselor since 2010, Anne has experience in community mental health with adults, children and families including issues such as life adjustment, trauma, divorce, behavioral disorders, attachment disorders, anxiety, ADHD, and abuse.
Amy and Anne
Amy and Anne have been working together since 2009. They enjoy working with groups of teachers, students or therapists in equine-assisted learning situations for staff training or experiential learning. They also see individual clients and families for equine-assisted therapy. They currently co-instruct COUN 657, Introduction to Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, at Harding University.