The Healing Power Of Horses

Wednesday November 6, 2013: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm -- Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

Horses make great partners on our human journeys of healing. Whether it is a physical or emotional condition, there are many ways in which horses can help guide and support the healing process. By their inherent nature, horses behave and react in ways that give us a great deal of information about ourselves.

Kimberly Cardeccia, Owner/Operator of the Hidden Promise Equestrian and Healing Center will discuss how this happens and explore some of the different ways horses can make our lives better.

Kimberly Cardeccia is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been involved with horses for over 30 years. She has operated her counseling practice since 2001, following 10 years as an elementary physical education teacher. She combines her professional skills with her passion for horses in order to help individuals surpass the mental and emotional blocks that continue to limit their experience of life. Her unique style of compassionate guidance emphasizes communication and safety (both physical and emotional) in her work with people and horses. She combines her training and expertise into holistic methods to help clients heal their mind and body connection

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Hi! Do you have any programs or services for physically disabled individuals?


Washtenaw Library for the Blind & Physically Disabled @ AADL!

Hi katie2584!

Thanks for the question. All AADL locations are accessible and our programs are broad in scope, covering a variety of topics including those that may be of particular interest to physically disabled individuals. Check out aadl.org/events for a listing of all of our upcoming programs and events.

AADL also administers the Washtenaw Library for the Blind & Physically Disabled, a subregional library of the National Library Service for the Blind & Physically Handicapped. All individuals unable to read standard type print or hold a book in his or her hands, is eligible for this talking books-by-mail program, at no charge. For more information on the services offered through the WLBPD@AADL, please visit wlbpd.aadl.org, or call (734) 327-4224.

Thanks again for your question!
Terry Soave, Outreach & Neighborhood Services Manager


What are the ages?

What are the ages?


The discussion will be

The discussion will be interesting to teens and adults. It is less about horses, and more about how to use horses for therapeutic purposes.
Thanks for asking and we hope to see you there.

Josie