PEMF Bemer Therapy
Behavioral Analysis for children or horses
Paddle Board, Hiking Retreats & Reiki
Life coaching: Autism program, Adulting for older teens, Health & Wellness for teens and adults
Parent coaching with proven methods
IEP/504 meetings and advocacy
Erin Perre, BS
Equine Assisted Life Coach & Intern
Erin has been a lifelong horse lover and spends her free time riding the trails & dressage with her two horses, Gideon and Belle. She has worked as a professional in the equine industry since 2016 and has worked in places from carriage driving, to therapeutic horseback riding, to summer camps as a ranch manager, to owning her own horseback riding lesson business. She has been training at Skye Therapy since 2020.
Erin has her associates in Equine Science from Scottsdale Community College, Bachelor’s of Science in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Arizona State University, and is pursuing her Masters in Counseling. She is also a Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor with the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship. She has experience working with special needs children. Her dream is to become a professional equine assisted counselor specializing in grief, first responders and Autism!
Coaching works well for clients with behavioral problems, ADHD, low self-esteem and anxiety. Horses are anxious creatures so when working with them the client learns how to manage their own anxiety. Erin has many years experience in working with anxious horses which has proven to help her in assisting clients with anxious behaviors. Anyone with significant mental health problems who needs therapy will be referred to a mental health counselor as coaching is not psychotherapy.
Sessions range from $130-175 for a session with Erin and her horses at her stable at 22807 S. Recker Rd. Gilbert, AZ 85298.
Sarah Lauchnor, MS
Equine Assisted Coach & Intern
Sarah has always been an avid equine enthusiast who enjoys helping people and animals. In her free time, she volunteers with the Horsense Riding Camp at MacDonald’s Ranch. She enjoys riding her 4 horses Reese, Georgia, Delilah and Dutch. She has worked and trained in the equine industry since 2016 and currently helps at Reata Horsemanship. Sarah also has a little Brussels Griffon/Pug mix named Toby that she enjoys spending time with when she is not working with her horses. He is currently training to be a therapy dog! She started interning with Skye Therapy at the end of 2022 and hopes to be full time once she is licensed. Prior to training, she was a high school science teacher working with an alternative population in Downtown Phoenix. She is non-judgmental and compassionate with a down to earth personality. She is great at building relationships with neurodiverse populations as she really takes the time to understand each client.
Sarah has a Bachelor’s of Science in Pre-Professional Health Sciences with a Minor in Anthropology from Arizona State University. In addition, she has a Master’s of Science in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University. She is currently pursuing a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling At GCU. She is passionate about working with children and young adults with anxiety, ADHD and Autism utilizing her dogs and horses through Skye Therapy. She currently assists with group therapy, retreats and individual sessions. If you are interested in booking a session with her, please contact us. Her rates are from $100-140 for animal assisted sessions. Her location is at Horne & McKellips.