Parkfield Equine Solutions

When talking isn't working

What We Offer

TheHorseCourse ReStart – Typically 10 hours of 1:1 work with a facilitator, over 5 consecutive days.

Participants are by referral only, from Schools & PRUs, Social Services, NHS Mental Health Services, Family Services and other specialist agencies.

The Horse Course, Equine assisted therapy

Our participants have serious problems such as ADHD, ASD, self harming, bullying, aggression, victims of bullying or abuse, risk taking behaviour, eating disorders, domestic violence, mental health problems, social isolation/not attending school.  They are referred because they are ‘stuck’ or disengaged from talk-based support.

We teach, rehearse and repeat key resilience skills in an intensive and challenging, but fun, 5 day programme with feedback in-the-moment from specially trained horses and
1-to-1 facilitator support.

Email for referral and consent forms

Lighter Touch options

In addition to the intensive ReStart we offer Lighter Touch options such as top ups, tailored sessions and group work – different ways to help people at a lower level of need or to provide longer term support after a ReStart course.

To refer

Email for referral and consent forms

Download our brochure THC-brochure






Non-verbals Toolbox for professionals

We offer frontline professionals a half-day training in our specialism – reading and responding to non-verbal behaviour.
A game-changer with difficult or disengaged clients.

Email to discuss how we can arrange a course for your organisation or link you up with others requesting training.



A report published by NPC & CLINKS and peer reviewed by CSAAP (the academic panel at the Ministry of Justice) showed a 27 % point reduction in reoffending (where 10% is large).

A study by Bournemouth University is tracking the outcomes for our young people post-course at 2 months and 12 months and results show that 80%+:
are less anxious (with 33% average improvement)
have reduced problem behaviours,
improved attendance/engagement at school
better relationships
increased self belief