Celebrating Excellence

  Today we are celebrating excellence: “the quality of being outstanding or extremely good.” I believe our horses, our team members and our community partners are truly outstanding and extremely good at what they do. It’s why we are able to offer one-of-a-kind leadership development, team building and coaching experiences.  It’s also why I believe

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Community Agencies Endorse Building Internal Resilience Through Horses

The recently announced $464,983 investment will support the development and delivery of a new community-based program call Building Internal Resilience Through Horses. The program is designed to promote resilience and life-skills in young women aged 13 – 18 years living in the City and County of Peterborough and surrounding areas who are survivors of child maltreatment

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Building Internal Resilience Through Horses Funding Announced

January 18, 2017 — The Hon. Maryam Monsef, Member of Parliament for Peterborough-Kawartha announced the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre’s (KSAC) successful application to receive a $464,983 contribution fund, over four years, from The Public Health Agency of Canada. The announcement was made at a special event hosted by KSAC, The Mane Intent Inc., and Trent University

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Connecting the Herd with Trent University’s Emotion and Health Researchers

“As EI researchers, we need to do more work using different experiential approaches to teaching emotional and social competencies. Our visit was a reminder to me that an exciting and very unique pathway for teaching EI-related competencies is utilizing the special relationships that can form between humans and horses.” Dr. James Parker, Emotion and Health

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