Prescott College’s pioneering Equine-Assisted Mental Health certification program is a unique opportunity for students pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Counseling to study the rapidly evolving field of partnering with equines in mental health therapy. Interdisciplinary and comprehensive, the certificate program provides a breadth of resources, perspectives and faculty support that allows you to discover ways of partnering with horses in the field of mental health that suit you and the populations you want to work with.
This 15 graduate credit, one-year, low-residency program comprises of five courses, each anchored by a residential intensive workshop. The program also includes a field experience, where acquired knowledge and skills are synthesized and applied by working under supervision in the field. The Post-Graduate Certificate is designed for students who hold a Master’s degree in a field of mental health practice (such as counseling, social work, clinical psychology or adventure-based therapy), and who wish to include horses in their practice.
Prior equine experience is necessary to be eligible for the EAMH certificate program. Please contact the Admissions office for more information about eligibility requirements.
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