Tag: PTSD

Impact of D-Day

Soldiers leaving a boat and in the water of Omaha Beach, Normandy, during World War II.

Untreated PTSD can mean a lifetime of suffering.

We’ve been busy

A black horse has its nose near a woman's nose. The woman has white hair.

Spring has been busy for The PEACH Pit: We hosted three events from April 12 through May 3. Whew! First up was our Renew and Reconnect Retreat for women. Cathy Woods Yoga facilitated the retreat, which included physical and emotional parallels between yoga and… Continue Reading “We’ve been busy”

(POSTPONED) Workshop: Horses as Co-Therapists for the Military

Equine-assisted activities incorporating the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) model are gaining more and more interest all over the world. We’re offering a four-day workshop to introduce you to the model and walk you through techniques to help military clients and others… Continue Reading “(POSTPONED) Workshop: Horses as Co-Therapists for the Military”

The National Guard: Always helping in disasters

Throughout my lifetime, I’ve heard of the National Guard helping out during disasters and emergencies in this country.¬†Flooding, fires, evacuations. Whatever the governor needed done within the state. Now, they’re helping areas¬†heavily affected by the recent wintry conditions: Virginia, the District of Columbia, Delaware,… Continue Reading “The National Guard: Always helping in disasters”

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