Press About PATH Intl.

Equine-assisted therapy may help autism, PTSD and pain. Why isn't it used more?

Mark Lieber, CNN
June 18, 2018

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Something About a Horse: Finding Benefits in Therapeutic Riding

Marina Sarris
Interactive Autism Network at Kennedy Krieger Institute
May 25, 2016

American frontier tales promote the magical connection between a man and his trusty steed. A rider communicates with his horse through words and movements, forming a bond in which each "reads" the other. Horse enthusiasts have said these bonds help people with autism, a disorder affecting social and communication skills, but they didn't have much rigorous research to back them up – until now. Click here to read the story.

PATH Intl. Center Featured in Family Circle

Unbridled Spirit
By Eleanor Gilman
Harnessing her love of horses, Dana Spett created a therapeutic riding school for children and adults with disabilities. Download the story here.

May 2013 - First American Paint Horse Association Therapeutic Riding Scholarship Winners Announced

Through an innovative partnership between the American Paint Horse Foundation and the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.), scholarship assistance is provided to potential instructors of therapeutic riding. Selected from a competitive field, Cindy Salyer of Reno, Nevada, and Kathy Hiberd of Burleson, Texas, have been named the first-ever winners of these unique scholarships.Both women receive $800 scholarships toward completing PATH Intl. certification. Read the full story.



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