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TREE House of Greater St. Louis
Founded in 1975 and formerly known as Therapeutic Horsemanship, TREE House is one of the oldest and most respected therapeutic riding centers in the United States. Programs serve clients from age 2 through adulthood who have physical, mental, emotional, social, and/or learning disabilities.
TREE House’s two largest therapy programs serving individuals with disabilities are our Equine-assisted Therapy Program, also known as Hippotherapy, and Adaptive Therapeutic Riding. In Hippotherapy, clients meet one-on-one weekly with a licensed physical, occupational, or speech-language pathologist for a therapy sessions. Adaptive Therapeutic Riding sessions are led by a certified riding instructor, and clients may meet one-one one or in small groups. The focus is on building horsemanship skills in addition to achieving personal therapeutic goals.
For children of all abilities ages 5 to 18, TREE House offers inclusionary summer camp opportunities at our facility in Wentzville. Licensed therapists and certified riding instructors lead all camps to ensure everyone is able to enjoy and participate in all the activities. No horse experience necessary! Individuals without disabilities who are interested in learning how to ride can participate in TREE House’s Gaitway Riding.