On The Verge
Preparing for change
Preparing for change
Transitions can be an emotionally charged time. Horses can help reveal the path to a smooth transition by helping us release the old and prepare for the new.
Services for people On the Verge of:
- Starting a family
- Shared parenting
- Retirement/career changes
Getting Married? Moving in together?
We offer couples "on the verge" of marriage or moving
in together a unique way to explore this exciting new
transition. Learn your communication styles, identify
your relationship strengths, explore your financial styles,
by doing some testing and talking with the facilitators,
then exploring these findings with the horses. The horse
has an innate ability to bring out your strengths and/or
weaknesses, offering a chance for both of you to understand each other better.
Starting a family?
Children bring such joy into our lives! While this is an
exciting time, it can also bring about some fear
and/or anxiety because of all the unknowns. What will it
look like? What kind of parenting is best? What about
daycare? Going back to work or staying home? How will change your relationship? Come out explore this wonderful
new transition with the horses. Horses can offer huge
insights to help you prepare for this change.
Couples on the Verge
Maybe you're on the verge of divorce. Or, maybe you're on the verge of working it out. Either way, being on the verge can be tough.
Couples on the Verge is for couples who are contemplating divorce or separation. It is an opportunity to take a close, hard look at your relationship. Couples on the Verge is a commitment to 5 therapy sessions which are not intended for the purpose of improving the relationship. Our role in therapy is to be an objective observer and to provide the couple with a birds eye view of the relationship. It is from this perspective that a couple can make an informed decision regarding the next best step for them.
Co-parenting from the pasture is a unique learning experience in which horses help parents learn valuable tools that will improve shared parenting skills and strengthen family relationships.
Horses are highly attuned to their environment. As you step into the pasture you will quickly experience how the horses reflect family situations, providing an opportunity to practice new skills and behaviors. Through experiential activities like “Keep Kids Out of the Middle” and “Home to Home” parents can enhance shared parenting techniques and explore new avenues to more effective communication.
Our EAGALA Certified Team of Professionals will lead you through a variety of horse-based and classroom-based activities designed to strengthen your shared parenting skills. The Yellow Rose Farm is NOT a riding facility and all horse related activities are done 100% on the ground.