Rocky Mountain Equine Assisted Psychotherapy LLC


Individual Therapy 

Family Therapy 

Group Therapy

Women's Wellness with Horses Group Rhythmic Riding 

Corporate Team Building and Retreats

Therapeutic Group Programs with Community Organizations 


 Jefferson Hills Residential, Denver Children's Home, Excelsior Youth Center,

Mount Saint Vincent Home, Maple Star, Metro Children's Center @ Aurora Mental Health


Individuals and Families
We are primarily self/private pay only, and offer our rates on a sliding scale. We also are able to accept payment from third parties, if a formalized contract between the third party and RMEAP has been established. 

Meet and Greet at the RanchFree

Intake: 1.5 to 2 hours - $150

Individual Sessions:

 - 1 hour - $90

- 1.5 hours - $120

Family Sessions: 

- 1 hour - $120

- 1.5 hours - $​150

We serve individuals, youth, and families that have/are experiencing including, but not limited to: 
Difficult Life Transitions 
Relationship Difficulties 
Conduct/Behavioral Issues 

Therapeutic Group Rates

These rates are a starting point for services and can bechanged based on the type of work being offered and collaborating agencies financial capabilities. Group programming is generally between 6 - 14 sessions,1x per week and lasts between 1 and 4 hours. Maximum group capacity – 8 participants, Minimum – 4 participants.

·     Rates for Therapeutic Groups with collaborating agencies, please contact for pricing details.  

Corporate Events and Team Building Retreats

These rates are a starting pointfor services and can be changed based on the type of work being offered and collaborating agencies financial capabilities.

Minimum 2 Hours, Maximum 5 Hours

Please Note: We DO offer sliding scale rates and fees, which we negotiate on a case-by-case basis.

We accept credit cards, cash and checks.   

Please make all checks payable to RMEAP

Equine-Assisted Therapy has the Potential to Help Clients:
Identify and understand personal emotions, strengthen empathy, trust, and other areas of social competence (McCardle et al., 2011)
Address self-esteem, confidence, communication, boundaries, and limit setting among others items (Schultz et al., 2006).
Reduce psychological distress and enhance psychological well-being
Decrease negative behaviors and increase positive behaviors (Trotter et. al, 2008; Klontz et. al, 2007). 

RMEAP has Witnessed Equine-Assisted Therapy Help Clients:
Orient clients/participants to the present​
​Increase ability to self regulate and utilize coping skills
​Increase self esteem
​Increase ability to set personal boundaries 
Understand the cause and effect of behaviors and how thoughts, feelings and actions/behaviors are related
Decrease negative symptoms associated with trauma and PTSD
​Become less focused on fears relating to the future and more attuned to the present