Triple T Haven: a healing place for trauma survivors

Equine-assisted horse therapy at Triple T Haven in Ault, Colorado for trauma survivors, PTSD brain

Located in Ault, Colorado, Triple T Haven is a healing place for trauma survivors. It’s a unique setting where patients ground, regroup, and reset their brains by way of animal-assisted therapy in a farm environment.

Oftentimes, modern medicine can be cold, sterile, and uninviting. At TTH, you’ll find the opposite. The welcoming medical offices of TTH connect to an indoor horse arena. Instead of isolation, patients become part of the herd.

Woman petting horse during animal-assisted equine-assisted therapy. Neurologist Timothy Tim J. Allen from Neurology Specialists of the Rockies, Cheyenne Wyoming Fort Collins, CO Nebraska supports Triple T Haven, a healing place for trauma survivors / brain PTSD in Ault, Colorado. EAGALA program for patients in treatment.

Step outside the building and you’re in the ever-so-safe, nature-filled great wide open, with the Rocky Mountains on the horizon. Truly healing.

An easy way to support TTH (and perhaps get some holiday shopping out of the way) is by supporting a wonderful local biz which sells natural products and gifts: Backwoods Forward. A percentage of their profits are donated to TTH.

Backwoods Forward is a Colorado-based, woman-owned company. Their motto is: We bring forth great goods. Yep, they do.

Click here to visit the Backwoods Forward store.

Learn more about Triple T Haven here.

Thank you to clinician/psychiatric nurse Shiela Ash for turning her farm into an unconventional medical office, and for inviting patients and practitioners into the special space.

— Timothy Allen, MD
Neurology Specialists of the Rockies

Handmade Colorado soap set from Backwoods Forward company supports Triple T Haven, a healing place for trauma survivors PTSD, by buying natural products from a woman-owned local small business from Fort Collins, who donate a percentage of their profits to the farm

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Practitioners: Shiela Ash, Pia Jansen, Janada Halbisen-Gibbs, Heather Schulte, Amy Myhre, equine-assisted therapy, animal-assisted therapy, Ault