Category Archives: therapy

Clifford Rocks the Charlotte Library

Clifford played host to some 60 little kids this morning in Charlotte Community Library. Director Sally L. Seifert, the Children’s and Young Adult Librarian, had seen to it that the place was set up to my specifications: Plenty of room for Clifford … Continue reading

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Why a Full-Sized Horse in a Library?

When I am asked about our program, I explain that we promote literacy (the obvious answer), but also that we are promoting empathy and respect for life, in hopes of making the world a better place.  I don’t usually explain … Continue reading

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I Still Have One Wish to Make; A Special One For You

It’s my understanding that most people who train horses for therapy work use minis.  It makes perfect sense — it has to be so much more convenient to haul a mini around.  But I have long been interested in having … Continue reading

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