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EAGALA Updates

July 31st 2010 - 12th Annual Conference - Proposals now being accepted

Workshop proposals are now being accepted for the 12th Annual EAGALA Conference, March 9-12, 2011 in Layton, Utah! Deadline is September 15, 2010. We look forward to seeing you there!

June 14th 2010 - Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Article in Southern Seasons Magazine

An article on Equine Assisted Psychotherapy was published in the Early Summer 2010 issue of Southern Seasons - the largest lifestyle magazine in the Southeast U.S.  The article was written by Dr. Laura Trask, EAGALA Certified.  Thank you to Dr. Trask for helping get the word out there about EAP and EAGALA! Click here to read the article

May 22nd 2010 - Submit your Professional Development Portfolio - now online!

Part of the EAGALA Certification process involves submitting a Professional Development Portfolio.  This has a specific structure and is requested just prior to taking your Part 2 training. If you are signed up for an EAGALA Part 2 training and need to submit your Professional Development Portfolio, you can now do so online - under Information - Certification Program. If you have any...

May 18th 2010 - Find A Program update

Just to update folks that the Find A Program page on the website will have the capability to search by State/Province.  Unfortunately, that search button had a bug in it and they are working to fix it.  We'll keep you updated!

May 15th 2010 - EAGALA in the News - Part 1 in New Town, ND

Article in the Minot Daily News on the EAGALA Part 1 training in New Town, North Dakota, May 13-15 - Equine Therapy Taking Place in New Town.

May 12th 2010 - Equine Assisted Therapy on the Dr. Oz Show

Equine Assisted Therapy got a wonderful plug from Dr. Oz!  View it here.

May 8th 2010 - EAGALA launches new website!

We are excited to present the renovated and upgraded EAGALA website! More information will be added as we continue to work on it in stages. One of these stages will be the effort to translate some of the website so people around the world can review information in their own language by clicking one of the country flags in the top left corner. Clicking these flags currently provides...