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• Engaging , Act ive and Effect ive.
Experiences wi th horses provide rea l
opportuni t ies for mirror ing l i fe which
he lps you quickly see the problems and
f ind solut ions tha t work for you.
• For Everyone. Working wi th
individuals, fami l ies or groups, po wer-
ful oppor tuni t ies are p rovided to ge t to
the hear t o f the i ssues and lead to
heal thier communicat ion, s tronger par t -
nerships and happier re lat ionships.
• For Any Issue . Whether working on
communicat ion, p roblem so lving or
confl ict resolution, Turning Point can
he lp you f ind meaningful , last ing
• Grounded! In Equine Assisted Learning
and Psychotherapy, work wi th the horses
is done on the ground, and no pr ior
kno wledge of horses i s needed.
• Profess ional . The EAGALA* model
involves a team incorporat ing the ski l l s
of a l icensed menta l hea lth profess ional ,
an exper ienced equine special is t , and
horse(s) - working wi th you to success-
ful ly reach your goals.
* EAGALA: Equine Assis ted Growth and
Learning Associat ion.
see www. EAGALA.org for more
““““”There is something about the outside of a
horse that is good for the inside of a man.”
Sir Winston Churchill
Equine Assisted Services are:
1821 Pickens Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Phone: (803) 556-9379
Services provided in:
Stephanie K. BowmanStephanie K. BowmanStephanie K. BowmanStephanie K. Bowman
Ms. Bowman is the founder and clinical
director of Turning
Point Growth & Learning
Center, LLC. She is a
Counselor and an
Mental Health Specialist.
Her experience with horses began as a young
girl participating in 4-H, Pony Club and riding
in local and regional horse shows. She has
always appreciated the special bond between
people and horses, believing this connection to
have a unique therapeutic value.
Stephanie has a diverse background, having
started her career in Accounting and now works
in Healthcare. She has worked for companies
such as International Paper Company, Ernst &
Young, and is currently with Palmetto Health.
She brings a unique blend of experiences to
these workshops understanding the importance
of healthy and effective working relationships.
In 2006, Stephanie was introduced to Equine
Assisted Psychotherapy. She was amazed at the
power this model of learning offers in
addressing a variety of issues. The experiential
nature of these types of services quickly
provides opportunities for insight and awareness
that may take weeks or months to surface
through other learning opportunities.
“ ...and I whispered to the
horse; Trust no man in
whose eyes you do not see
yourself reflected as an
Don Vincenzo Giobbe
People often don’t change unless they find
themselves in challenging situations. Equine
Assisted Learning gives people the opportunity
to practice new behaviors in a setting that is
outside their comfort zone. The most lasting
changes occur when people discover their own
solutions to problems and answers to questions.
Like humans, horses are social animals with
defined roles among their peers. Horses also have
an innate ability to mirror what human body
language is telling them. They offer immediate
feedback to people working with them, providing
participants an opportunity for understanding how
their behavior affects others. For some, the mere
size and power of the horse sets the stage for
overcoming fear and developing confidence to
work through challenging situations. Achieving
success in the various activities involves a
willingness and ability to take healthy risks.
We want to help you succeed!We want to help you succeed!We want to help you succeed!We want to help you succeed! Visit our website: TurningPointGLC.com
or call (803) 556-9379 for more information
We live in a world where stress is high and
demand for performance is even higher. Effective
leadership and team dynamics are no longer nice
theoretical concepts . . . they are essential for
Questions every manager should be asking:
* How well do I know my team?
* Are my employees effective?
* Do they communicate well?
* Do they solve problems creatively and in a
time efficient manner?
* Do they resolve internal conflicts well with
* Do they take smart risks to help this company
If you answered “no” to any of the above
questions, your team would benefit from our
corporate team building workshops.
Equine Assisted Learning
Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) uses horses to
help us learn new ways of thinking and solving
problems. Team building activities integrate the
natural feedback from the horses and the skills of
the facilitators to provide insight and awareness of
team dynamics. Using horses may tell you more
about yourself and your team in five minutes than
you could learn in a month or more of meetings at
Workshops are tailored specifically to your
organization’s goals to promote growth and change
and improve your company’s future.
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