Not an exhaustive list
Equine-Assisted Services (EAS) is a growing specialty practice. There are various access points and professionals must adhere to their professionals ethics and standards as well as those of the EAS credentialing bodies. This list is not exhaustive and will be updated as new organizations appear.
Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH, Intl)
Equine Assisted Growth
and Learning Association (EAGALA)
Veterinary Social Work (VSW)
University of Tennessee, Knoxville Veterinary Social Work Certificate Program
Aviva Vincent, PhD
Horses and Humans
Research Foundation (HHRF)
Pebbles Turbeville, PhD
Human Animal Interaction (HAI)
A subcommittee of the American Psychological Association
Lori Kogan, PhD
The Federation of Horses in Education and Therapy (HETI)
HETI’s mission is to facilitate the worldwide collaboration between organizations and individuals whose objectives are philanthropic, scientific and educational in the field of equine assisted activities and therapies.