Horses Healing Humans CT.
Therapeutic Horsemanship in Coastal Connecticut
Horses Healing Humans exists to help heal people with physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy conducted by caring, credentialed professionals, protecting both the physical and emotional safety of all clients.
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Stonington, CT, Release: November 20, 2018. For Immediate Release
Horses Healing Humans CT today announced that its board of directors has appointed Paul Banks as interim executive director of the organization.
HHH founder Lee Paradis has moved from executive director to a temporary role as special advisor and Director Emeritus. These leadership appointments are effective immediately and follow the decision by Lee to resign a Executive Director of the organization in order to retire to quality time with her husband Jim, and care for her family and new grandchild in Hawaii. “We are fortunate to have someone of Paul Banks’ caliber and experience step up to lead Horses Healing Humans,” said Lee. “We are at a critical moment and are excited for this new leadership to successfully grow the organization as well as take HHH to its next level of services.
Banks is an accomplished horseman with years of experience in equine care, therapy, and management. He is a strong communicator who understands the mission and vision that Horses Healing Humans was founded on nearly a decade ago. Furthermore, as a hands-on member of HHH’s board of directors for the past eight months, Banks has a solid understanding of the special nature of the clients and services HHH offers the community.”
Banks stated, “I am honored and excited to lead HHH during this transitional period. I believe in HHH and its place in the community, – it matters to our clients, volunteers, veterans, our herd and all the residents of our area.”
Speaking on behalf of the board, Paul said, “We are proud to carry on Lee’s vision of creating a safe and therapeutic space for all, and we will miss her direct support. We are happy for Lee and her opportunity to take time to fulfill retirement dreams with husband Jim, and to bond with their newest family member.
“Horses Healing Humans” exists to help heal people with physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy conducted by caring, credentialed professionals, protecting both the physical and emotional safety of all clients.”
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