Come with a goal. Come with curiosity. Come to be.

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Horses are the agent of change! ! The human/horse interaction fosters the development of thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, and patterns. Willow Equine offers an innovative, ground-based, horse-guided approach to:

Why do we work with horses? Equine-assisted work promotes more effective changes and more rapid growth compared with traditional clinical and psycho-educational approaches. We honor all by providing a supportive haven – a place where concerns and struggles can be explored. The experiential nature of working with horses, engages clients in their own healing and learning process, reaching solutions that meet them squarely on their own terms. It is proven to be the most powerful approach to helping clients achieve and sustain personal and professional growth!


Soul to Sole Connection Offers Equine-therapy to Help Military
Mooresville Tribune

“Because of COVID-19, mental health is currently a huge topic, and Soul to Sole Connection is dedicated to providing counseling in a unique, out-of-the-box way for members of the military, their families and their caregivers.” READ MORE HERE.

Willow Equine Uses Horses for Therapy in Mooresville
Spectrum Local News

“Willow Equine therapy in Mooresville uses horses as therapy to treat veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, people with mental or physical disabilities, and people who need an outlet for stress” READ MORE HERE.

Services we offer at Willow Equine for counseling and leadership
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North Carolina Equine Therapy - Willow Equine workshops

The ARCH Framework

The Arenas of Change way of facilitation is the thought process we are going through as we interact with and support those we serve.

Based on values and keystones, the ARCH framework supports personal growth, organizational development and mental health.  When applied in an environment with horses, the ARCH framework impacts lives in meaningful ways.

It provides a thought process and core style of facilitation, designed to support your work as you empower and positively change lives.

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The Eagala Model

 Eagala, an international non-profit, has set the standards for professional excellence, in how horses and humans work together. They work to improve the quality of mental health of individuals, families, and groups worldwide.

Eagala has a distinct, experiential framework, designed to allow clients the latitude to discover, learn, and grow from the horse –  human relationship.

Activities are ground based (no riding or horsemanship needed or taught).