“Horse Wisdom For the Soul” Field Trip

AUSB Bachelor of Arts core faculty member Lillian Seldeen led her Anthrozoology class on a field trip to Laurel Springs Ranch last month.

The class spent the morning engaging with the topic “Horse Wisdom for the Soul,” taught by MaryAnn Evans, PhD. Students participated in hands-on, team building exercises involving the horses as they learned about equine facilitated psychotherapy.

This activity is one of many examples characteristic of Antioch’s commitment to experiential learning. To learn more about the available seven BA concentrations, please visit http://www.antiochsb.edu/academic-programs/bachelor-of-arts/.

Additional photos of this event can be viewed here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157637431342164/.

 

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