Studies show Equine Assisted Learning may contribute to social skill development, including an increase in perceived levels of empathy and self control, and a reduction of internalizing symptoms. It may also foster protective factors and certain aspects of resilience including increased senses of perceived mastery, optimism, self-efficacy, sense of relatedness, and support.

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