Take Heart Counseling & Equine Assisted Therapy

699 Wooltown Road
Wernersville, Pennsylvania, US
19565

Practice Specialties

  • Abuse & Trauma
  • Anger Management
  • Couples Christian Counseling
  • Grief and Bereavement Christian Counseling
  • Marriage and Family Christian Counseling
  • Stress Anxiety Depression Christian Counseling
  • Teen Christian Counseling

About

You have potential and the courage to overcome, no matter your circumstance. We see you as more than a diagnosis. Our team is passionate about helping individuals, couples, families, and groups overcome a variety of struggles and find mental, emotional, and spiritual wholeness. We offer horse therapy sessions at our beautiful ranch facility, conveniently located between Reading, Lebanon, and Lancaster, PA. The horses here make great partners for your therapeutic journey, and the environment is peaceful and laid-back. We have warm, insightful, experienced therapists on staff with a variety of specialties - "meet" them on our website!
Equine assisted therapy brings out deep, meaningful insights and emotions. Building an authentic relationship with a horse helps clients identify patterns and choose how they want to change. Trauma happens in relationships and must be healed in relationships. Horses give us the opportunity to engage with and heal our whole being: body, mind, spirit and soul.
Our focus on trauma-informed care equips us to work with many challenges. We care about you as a person. We offer sessions for individuals, family, and couples; and creatively-designed workshops on specific topics such as trauma, leadership, or burnout. Check our website or Facebook page for upcoming events & workshop offerings. Ask us how we can help you!

Therapists on Staff

Sarah Fry
Meagan Good
Meagan Good
Erin Reilly
Sarah Fry

Sarah Fry

MA
From an early age, Sarah had a deep desire to learn more about horses through reading any books she could get her hands on about horses and by taking horseback riding lessons. Sarah has always loved horses and has wanted to pursue working with horses and helping people together in some capacity. Sarah took horseback riding lessons for many years as well as working at her Uncle’s camp as the horse director’s assistant. However, it was not until Sarah went to His Hill Bible School, that she learned about equine therapy while working on the Bible college’s ranch. Sarah grew up camp counseling as she worked at a camp, where inner city kids of Cleveland were sponsored to come to camp. This is where Sarah’s passion for helping kids and teens from trauma backgrounds began. Many of the campers would come to Sarah with their hurt and pain, and wanted to further help adolescents not just for one week out of a summer. Learning about equine therapy opened Sarah’s eyes to merging her heart for help
Meagan Good

Meagan Good

MA, LPC
Take Heart began with a desire to combine passion with service. Meagan has been fascinated with horses since her first childhood riding lessons. She rode in 4-H for several years and in 2005, purchased her first horse, Charley. As a shy teenager, working with horses built Meagan's confidence, provided a place of peace, and taught life-lessons such as patience, goal-setting, and the value of hard work. She hoped to one day pair her passion for horses with her desire to help people in some way, and felt a specific calling to do just that through equine assisted therapy.

Meagan earned her master's degree in Professional Counseling from Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA. She obtained her state license as a professional counselor and her certification in equine assisted psychotherapy. She is fascinated by trauma-focused equine assisted therapy and strives to provide the best quality care possible. She is passionate about empowering clients and families through their healing journe
Meagan Good

Meagan Good

MA, CTP
Animals have always been a large part of Carrie's life. As a small child she could often be found asleep on the porch with a cat. Horses came and went throughout her life, but it wasn't until adulthood when she realized the true beauty and healing power of horses.


Having her own hard life experiences, Carrie chose to believe that God was the creator of healing. It was during her own restorative journey that she felt led to go back to school to receive the education needed to assist others to heal and grow from their own experiences. Carrie became an intern at Take Heart in the summer of 2019, learning how to use equine assisted therapy techniques with clients in a wide variety of situations. With dedicated perseverance Carrie graduated from Capitol Seminary Graduate School in 2020 with her Masters in counseling with a focus of Clinical Mental Health and from Lancaster Bible College with her Bachelors in Science focused on Professional Counseling and Biblical Studies. Carrie receiv
Erin Reilly

Erin Reilly

MA
Erin has always felt a strong connection to animals. Since she was young she has been drawn to horses and their natural beauty. She finally took the leap and began riding in summer 2020. Struggling to find the right plan for she learned to let go of anxiety and trusted in God's plan. Erin believes trusting God is looking to the future with excitement.
Erin has worked in numerous clinical settings, including, inpatient, residential, and intensive family outpatient. She started interning at Take Heart in January 2021 and Graduated from Kutztown in May. She is now a full time counselor at Take Heart. She graduated from East Stroudsburg University with a major in Counseling Psychology and minor in criminal justice. She then graduated from Kutztown University with her Masters in clinical mental health counseling. Erin is working for her Pennsylvania counseling licensure and becoming natural lifemanship certified.

In her free time, Erin spends time with friends and family, enjoys readi

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