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Research

EAGALA is dedicated to building the body of evidence by encouraging, facilitating, and sharing research and program evaluation in Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning. 

EAGALA Research Summary

To contact the EAGALA Research Committee for:

  • Information or resources on research and data
  • Conducting research or program evaluations
  • Contacting the EAGALA membership to collect data for papers, or to find EAGALA programs who may be a good fit for a research project
  • Overall interest or questions on research and outcome data on EAGALA Model equine-assisted psychotherapy

Email: research@eagala.org.  Chair:  Angela Sherman, Ph.D.

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