Therapeutic Horsemanship Club
The Therapeutic Horsemanship (TH) Club is a group open to all students and faculty that have an interest and appreciation for therapeutic horsemanship. The club’s goals are to provide both social and professional networking opportunities in the ever growing TH field and also to provide educational and recreational outings / events for its active members. The club travels to both the National (Fall) and Regional (Spring) Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) conferences annually. Throughout the year the club also hosts “fun” nights like dinner and a movie or pumpkin carving. These are purely recreational for the members to get away from campus, enjoy each others company and be rewarded for their hard work for the club. Besides the “fun” nights, the club also has educational opportunities like attending hippotherapy lessons to observe, trying therapeutic driving, and learning about vaulting and competitive opportunities in the therapeutic horsemanship world.
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