Clinicians Charlie and Hobbs show Psychology Interns what they offer humans

NLC had a great afternoon in the barn last week, teaming with Loudoun Therapeutic Riding Program Director Kathy Blaine. We hosted a group of Psychology doctoral students and their Internship Coordinators. This fabulous group came with great questions and curiosity about how horses provide complementary therapeutic input for those with physical, cognitive, and social emotional challenges. Thank you, Argosy University/Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Sterling Behavioral Health Services and Drs. Pittman and Arons for your interest in equine facilitated healing!

Those of you who know Charlie and Hobbs know how seriously they take their work. Here they are as the group arrived in the parking lot. They stopped eating their lunch and went out to assess their audience! Looks to me like they were conferring about their presentation. LOL.