Rebecca J. Hubbard

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Consultation

Rebecca J. Hubbard provides equine assisted psychotherapy client centered case consultation, consultee centered clinical consultation, program centered and consultee centered administrative consultation.

 

EAP Consultation

Growing Your Practice

Rebecca J. Hubbard provides clinical and administrative equine assisted psychotherapy consultation at Pecan Creek Ranch in Georgetown, TX.

  • Client Centered Case Consultation- the goal is to provide information, a strategy, and/or an intervention or a new way of thinking about a client or problem in order to help the client make progress.
  • Consultee Centered Case Consultation- the goal is to help a consultee gain education and/or skills in order to grow in an area that impedes the consultee from being as successful therapeutically as they want to be.
  • Consultee Centered Administrative Consultation- the goal is to assist in the creation of forms for a consultee’s practice, such as informed consent, client handbooks, and to assist in creating effective documentation of services.
  • Program Centered Administrative Consultation- the goal is to assist an organization in developing a new EAP program or improving an existing EAP program, and to learn to manage employees from a Natural Lifemanship perspective.
  "Rebecca Hubbard is a gifted and experienced therapist with a passion for teaching.     she provides the right kind of support, ranging from a safe space to practice a new skill to empathy and encouragement when things get tough!  She also has a deep knowledge bank for many specific areas related to child traumatic stress, including complex trauma, dissociation, and more."    Kate Murray, Ph.D.

"Rebecca Hubbard is a gifted and experienced therapist with a passion for teaching.  she provides the right kind of support, ranging from a safe space to practice a new skill to empathy and encouragement when things get tough!  She also has a deep knowledge bank for many specific areas related to child traumatic stress, including complex trauma, dissociation, and more."    Kate Murray, Ph.D.