Our community-oriented, outdoor setting is comfortable and inviting. We offer equine education and therapeutic riding sessions, as well as personal healthcare advocacy and management.
Depression is so common in the United States that all of us have experienced it in one form or another. Whether your condition is chronic, transient, or due to a major life stress, we will do our best to help.
Our holistic approach to healing means that we take into account the big picture, not simply treating a symptom of the disease. We believe in the effectiveness of our therapeutic care because the passion that drives it is real.
Meet our Animals
Our mission is to offer equine-assisted therapy and education for people coping with major life stresses. Human-animal interactions in combination with our nurse advocacy and education programs help people dealing with variations of stress, anxiety, depression, grief, or trauma.
Karen’s Equine Intervention Center has more than horses. Our bustling farm is filled with friendly two-legged and four-legged friends…
Blitz is our farm dog, a 6-year-old Shar Pei-Boxer mix. This beloved boy is a great companion and an even better listener.
Betsy & Rosa
Betsy and Rosa are mother and daughter goats who were rescued. Betsy also goes by “Momma,” and is very out-going and always watches out for more reserved baby Rosa.
Mia, Vixen, and Truffle
Truffle the pig is a very happy member of the barn family. Although a bit shy, she is grateful for every hug she receives. When presented a treat she will “sit” just like a dog.
Mali and Mac
Macaroon who prefers to go by “Mac” is a one-of-a-kind guy and registered Leopard Appaloosa breed. This little guy is a 4 years old and tremendously playful Mali, also a paint miniature horse belonged to Karen and is 12 years old.
A Thoroughbred former racehorse; Silver won $42,000 throughout his career and was donated to KEI from the breeder.
Flicka just celebrated her 24th birthday on January 5th. She is a chestnut Appendix mare that will bow for treats and keep doing so until she no longer gets what she wants.
Koda is the most popular boy in the stable. He is a beautiful tri-color Buckskin Paint Gelding, and will gladly allow you to ride away with him, whether you’re a novice or expert rider.