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ABOUT

One Horse, One Human, a World of Change

Horses that have experienced trauma through abuse, neglect, or desertion need our help and can offer us invaluable lessons about healing. At Lone Oak, we partner members of our diverse client community with horses who need them. Clients help rescued horses heal from the trauma they have experienced. In turn, horses teach clients to trust, remain present, practice compassion, tend to relationships, accept challenges or flaws, and keep growing. Though we welcome all, we are committed to offering services to marginalized groups that have experienced trauma, including children and veterans. We are determined to make our innovative and promising services available to all who need them, regardless of their ability to pay.

 Over the last decade, professionals across disciplines, including neurobiology, psychiatry, psychology, and social work, have confirmed what our ancestors have always known:  humans and horses are meant to partner, learn, and survive—together.  Horses teach us to be present and require us to be honest about who we are and what we are feeling.  Their ways of relating to others in their herd teach us about human relationships.  Their sensitivity to body language and things unsaid make them a mirror of sorts, allowing us to see ourselves more clearly.  Horses have something to offer all of us.

During a session with us (group/individual/family) you may experience at least two, if not all of the following: psychotherapy, ecotherapy, expressive arts therapy, equine assisted therapy, animal assisted therapy. 

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BRING YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF

Lone Oak creates a safe, collaborative, supportive, and respectful environment that values diverse perspectives, mitigates unconscious bias, and enables a culture where children, youth, families, and individuals can bring their authentic self. Lone Oak provides services regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran status, physical or mental ability. Our inclusive culture empowers all of us to connect, belong, and grow.

WHAT WE DO

Making A Difference

Animals

Lone Oak partners with animals that have a rescue background to partner with humans. Not only does research show the benefits and positive outcomes of animal-assisted therapy, but we are also providing many of these animals with a second chance. The majority of our animals have either come from rescues or kill pens. 

Humans

At Lone Oak, we are dedicated to providing the services our community needs. We provide specialized groups, individual counseling, family counseling, educational opportunities, and mobile services. We are regularly developing innovative programming for our field of work. We are always striving to make a difference and invite you to learn more and lend your support.

Community

Lone Oak strives to be a space where both animals and humans can find community. Building connections helps individuals find purpose and healing. 

CONTACT LONE OAK

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