HorseSensing combines soft, hard skills

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Horses to help vets, addicts and teens through facility set to open next spring

By Tammy Shaw

Veterans with PTSD or addiction, former inmates and at-risk youth – Dr. Sally Broder, husband, David Broder, and their friends and colleagues want to help.

Sally Broder, a psychologist, and David Broder, an addiction treatment specialist, formed HorseSensing in California in 2009. Its primary purpose, to help veterans with PTSD and social isolation by using horses as a therapeutic tool.

With the exception of treatment centers and individual client therapy, the Broders tackled this project for a decade free of charge to veterans.

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