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About me

As an Equine Relationship Coach, I provide experiential learning opportunities for children who are neurodivergent, autistic and/or managing a brain injury. Through experiential learning and sensory integration, the child begins to feel and understand sensory information from the environment and body.

Man smiling with horse

Hi, I'm Cam

In every aspect of my life, exploring my passions, spending time with my niece and nephews, working with clients in the riding program, and like all good educators, I find myself learning from the unique humans that I am working with. Teaching and learning are collaborative – we ALL need a connection to flourish. I want to inspire and help students reach their potential. The way to make this happen, I realized, was to MAKE it happen, myself! Educators have a responsibility to create models for the future. We need to inspire more creative thinkers for design, problem-solving, and survival for years to come!

Child learning to ride horse

Guiding principles

These are the principles that guide all alternative therapy and community sessions.

  • The world can be a wonderful place, full of wonderful things. It can also be scary, especially for children. It is important to promote curiosity in children by helping them to explore their imaginations and the world around them. It is also important to allow children to engage with their worlds in ways they can understand. This might be as simple as interviewing another student about their disability.

  • Fred Rogers believed that a children’s sense of trust came from having caring and supportive adults around them. The adults “being there” is what matters most. During these times when everything may seem uncertain and ever changing, it is important for us adults to stay grounded and create an environment that fosters trust. Horses can also provide this.

  • The goal of self-advocacy is to equip children with knowledge to make informed authentic decisions, and to empower them to make those decisions. It may be as simple as a student deciding to paint with their fingers.

  • Creativity can increase positive emotions, lessen depressive symptoms, reduce stress, decrease anxiety, and even improve immune system functioning. It can be as simple as telling a story.

  • Communication is essential to the human experience and a vital component of teamwork. To hear and be heard are basic rights for all and the backbone for effective communication. Children who feel they can express themselves tend to develop more self-confidence.

  • Whether play is independent, with friends or siblings, children are working out problems, creating solutions, dreaming up new ideas, and discovering the world. You can support a child’s play by simply allowing space for it. This might be as simple as designing a new puzzle.

What clients say

"As a Marine Veteran of multiple wars, when we come out of that life, we find it difficult to find our place in the civilian world. Our mission has ended and we lack a purpose and place, while being reminded of a past life. With Equine-assisted therapy and training with Camron Adibi, I was introduced to Hugo, who is a rescue horse. Cam guided me on how to introduce myself to Hugo, how to approach slowly from the side, allowing Hugo to listen to me and showing him that I was safe and that I would not hurt him. Sometimes as veterans, we want to hear some of the same things. I brushed Hugo, cleaned him and ultimately walked him around. We both got exercise together. This gave me a sense of purpose. I felt a part of a team: Team David and Hugo. I felt like a leader again, and I slowly gained confidence as the time moved on. I felt the mission and purpose as we both made a beautiful connection. I know many other can benefit from such therapy and training. In this workd, talk therapy or other modalities might work for some. This type of connection and therapy can benefit the healing journey for those who want to learn about connecting with a horse. Thanks Cam and Hugo"

- David N.

What clients say

"My wife and I had one session with Cam, Hugo, Tenny and Delight. They taught us about different ways to communicate and transfer energies like trust, love and facing our fears. We both left there with more enthusiasm and hope than when we arrived with all the chaos going on in our lives right now. Thank you Cam for the experience of the horses and humans"

- Curt & Stacey.

What clients say

"Camron has skillfully guided my rescue horse, Tenny and me in overcoming some deeply rooted traumas and anxieties. His whole-horse approach to training is compassionate, insightful, and impressively effective. He helped me learn how to better communicate with my horse by understanding my energy and my horse's energy. I urge those who want to explore deeper connections with a horse to work with Camron!"

- Kate D.

What clients say

"Camron worked with my mare Freya for six weeks. During that time I’ve noticed she is more open to others in her space. Her gate has improved and she is starting to let go of the stress her body has been holding and relax. She has benefited both physically and emotionally from her sessions with sound therapy"

- Veronica A.

What clients say

"Camron is kind, patient, and dedicated; he takes the time to get to know his students, and weaves their personal interests into the lessons.  Working with Camron, my son has grown more confident and engaged, and always looks forward to their time together.  In equine therapy, Camron has done a wonderful job of fostering a connection between my son and the horse, and I love seeing the huge smile on my son's face while he rides.  Camron graciously shares knowledge and resources, and I am so grateful for the opportunity to work with him!"

- Jessica R.

What clients say

"Camron offers individualized experiences that happen to end with a horse. He sculpts his services based on the child's needs. My son is autistic and he was initially too nervous to get near the therapy horse, so Camron worked with my son's strengths: his love of chickens, architecture, tools, and history. Eventually my son was so engaged and comfortable in the barn that he said yes to riding. He was ecstatic, and most importantly he learned that he could not only overcome a fear, but enjoy the outcome. Learning this flexibility and joy was wonderful to witness. I couldn't imagine a kinder and more gentle approach to teaching, not just about horses, but about life. Camron genuinely cares to learn about and teach his students"

- Anne Marie O.

Alternative therapies

I work with children, young adults and their respective collaborators. My goal is to identify, coordinate and implement services to overcome barriers to independence, personal fulfillment and participation in community life.

Essays & media

In addition to hands-on coaching and workshops, I also offer a variety of online educational resources to support children and families outside of each session. Click below to learn more about these unique resources.


BioSonic Tuning Forks are a great way to practice alternative therapy right in your own home. Sound healing has been shown to instantaneously alter your body's biochemistry—learn more about this unique product by clicking below.

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