After completing an overview class on Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy at the end of last year, I’ve been packing my “to read” list with equine therapy titles. Riding Home by Tim Hayes turned out to be a good place to start. Tim provided a flyover view of equine behavior, how the human brain works, and how those two things play into equine therapy without getting too deep in the scientific weeds. He also included moving testimony from those experiencing PTSD, autism, and trauma who were immensely comforted and set on a path to healing by working with horses in a therapeutic setting. Highly recommended!