The "Youth in Equine-Assisted Therapy" /YEAT/ Guidelines are here and available for free.
Equine-assisted therapy and the place of young people in it is the main theme of our YEAT project. We worked together with our partners from QUEST (formerly Brussels Outdoor School), Creativi 108 and Association For You to create guidelines for all young people who want to get involved in equine-assisted therapy - young beneficiaries, young professionals, youth workers, young people with an interest in the subject. The team conducted research in Bulgaria, Italy and Belgium on ways to involve young people in equine therapy. Our foundation also organized a training exchange for more than 20 participants from Bulgaria, Belgium, France. The research and experience gathered during the exchange form part of the guidelines. The guidelines provide easily accessible information and answer questions such as...
``What is equine-assisted therapy?''
``What are the benefits of equine-assisted therapy?''
``For what conditions is equine therapy recommended?''
Download the YEAT Guidelines and learn more about the YEAT project here.
Official number of the project: 2021-1-BG01-KA220-YOU-000029078 'This project is funded with the support of the European Commission. This publication reflects only the personal views of its author and the Commission cannot be held responsible for the use of the information contained therein.'