Embracing Life Through Horses 

“Making A Difference, Changing Lives”

ELTH Mission: 

Quickly and effectively help people heal from their deepest hurts and move forward with more peace and happiness in their lives. 

(Specializing in Rural Mental Health and First Responders)

Reasons to try the Gestalt Method at ELTH

Talk Therapy/Counseling Didn’t Work

Struggling with Stress, Anxiety or Depression

Want to Gain Self Confidence

Want to Improve Communication & Understanding

Having a Hard Time Managing Grief

Need to Release Old Trauma

Need to Make A Difficult Decision

Looking for Life Transforming Change or Results 

Want Help Setting or Sticking To Your Goals & More

(No horse experience or riding required)

Does it really work?…..

Short answer = YES!

Long answer = The Equine Gestalt Coaching Method is different than any other type of “equine assisted work” or “talk therapy” you may have experienced before.  It naturally helps people uncover their true, authentic & whole selves much faster and at a much deeper level then most traditional mental health modalities.

The EGC Method is a creative, experiential, “in the moment” process, where a Gestaltist and a horse help people recognize, identify and change any unwanted issues in their lives and then help them move forward and reach their full potential.  For “proof” or “the science” behind EGCM please see the poster below.

What Clients Have To Say:

“You encouraged me, honored me and saw me in ways that were life changing”

“I’ve went to counselors all my life and this did more for me then 30 years of counseling did”

    “Kacey and her horses are powerful coaches.  They create fun experiences for clients to reframe limiting beliefs and find their inner wisdom and deeper truths”      

ELTH Success Stories Are Published!

We are very excited to have two of our clients success stories published in Touched By A Horse – Equine Coaching Stories – Volume 4!  Please contact us or search for this book to read their success stories, and many more!

Call: 308-870-3159

Email: info@embracinglifethroughhorses.com

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