Scientific Program

June 8 (Tue)

Plenary I :
New Era
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 12:00~13:30
Moderator
  1. 1. Yun-Hee KIM, Korea Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship / Samsung Medical Center, Korea
  2. 2. Sanna MATTILA-RAUTIAINEN, HETI Board, Finland
Speakers
  1. 1.Diversification to Meet the Needs of the World Abstract
    Margaret MANSFIELD, State University of New York, USA
  2. 2.Step Forward to the Evidence Based Practice Abstract
    Debbie SILKWOOD-SHERER, Central Michigan University, USA
Symposia I :
Terminology
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 14:30~16:00
Moderator
  1. 1. Jung Soon SHIN, Korea Racing Association, Korea
  2. 2. Marie Therese KUYPERS, HETI Board, Belgium
Speakers
  1. 1.What’s in a Name? Sociological Insights on Creating and Uniformizing Terminologies Abstract
    Jérôme MICHALON, University of Lyon, France
  2. 2.HETI Terminology Abstract
    Sanna Mattila RAUTIAINEN, HETI Board, Finland
  3. 3.Optimal Terminology for Services in the US that Incorporate Horses to Benefit People : A Consensus Document Abstract
    Kathy ALM,Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, International (PATH, Intl.), USA
Clinic to Arena I-1 :
Cerebral Palsy
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 17:00~18:00
Moderator
  1. 1. Sang Seok YEO, Dankook University, Korea
  2. 2. Věra LANTELME-FAISAN, RPT, Czech Republic
Speakers
  1. 1.Children with Cerebral Palsy in Equine Arena Abstract
    Jeong-Yi KWON, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
Clinic to Arena I-2 :
Breast Cancer
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 17:00~18:00
Moderator
  1. 1. Ji Hye WHANG, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
  2. 2. Roswitha ZINK, HETI Board, Australia
Speakers
  1. 1.Exercise-based Oncology Rehabilitation in Breast Cancer Survivors: Therapeutic Horseback Riding as an Option Abstract
    Ji Hye WHANG, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
  2. 2.Who Am I Now? – Using Equine Assisted Therapy to Heal the Emotional Wounds of Breast Cancer Abstract
    Brenda TANNER, Equine Encounters Australia, Australia
Round Table 1 :
Psychotherapy
Session Description
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 09:30-10:30
Moderator
  1. 1. Marilyn SOKOLOF, HETI Board, USA
  2. 2. Vera Maria Horne da Cruz, ANDE-BRASIL, Brazil
Round Table 2 :
Equine Welfare
Session Description
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 16:00-17:00
Moderator
  1. 1. Nina Ekholm FRY, Institute for Human-Animal Connection, USA
Panels
  1. 1. Katy SCHROEDER, Texas Tech University, USA
  2. 2. Heta RAUTIAINEN, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
  3. 3. Terri BROSNAN, ChildVision, Ireland
Round Table 5 :
Terminology
Session Description
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 17:00-17:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Sanna MATTILA-RAUTIAINEN, HETI Board, Finland
  2. 2. Roisin BRENNAN, HETI Board, Ireland
Oral Presentation I-1 :
Business
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 09:30-10:20
Moderator
  1. 1. Sang Mi JEONG, HETI Board, Korea
  2. 2. Gisela Heimsath RHODES, HETI Board, Germany
Speakers
  1. 1.An Introductory Survey of Volunteer Administrators in Equine Assisted Service (EAS) Organizations
    Amy TRIPSON, USA
  2. 2.A Digital Knowledgebase for Equine Assisted Program Research – Is It Time?
    Evelyn MCKELVIE, Canada
  3. 3.Analysis of The Therapy Equine Certification Program in The Czech Republic
    Vladimíra CASKOVÁ, Czech Republic
Oral Presentation I-2 :
Cerebral palsy
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 09:30-10:20
Moderator
  1. 1. Lorrie RENKER, USA
Speakers
  1. 1.The efficacy of Equine Assisted therapeutic exercises in gross motor function and performance in children with Cerebral Palsy
    Alexandra STERGIOU, Greece
  2. 2.Physical Therapy Incorporating Equine Movement: Kinetic Interactions between Children with Cerebral Palsy and the Horse
    Priscilla LIGHTSEY, USA
  3. 3.Effect of Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies on Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Randomized Controlled Trial
    Yoonju NA, Korea
Oral Presentation II-1 :
Education for Specialist
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 16:00-16:50
Moderator
  1. 1. In Kyung LEE, Korea
  2. 2. Alexandra STERGIOU, Greece
Speakers
  1. 1.Development of an ICF Based Assessment Tool for the Measurement of Equine Assisted Interventions: A Multi Center Evidence Based Approach
    Isabel STOLZ, Germany
  2. 2.Teaching Very Low Functioning Children with Developmental Delays and Complex Needs How to Ride
    Nancy PASCHALL, USA
  3. 3.HOW We Teach Matters! Optimize Communication and Cueing to Enhance Learning and Focus in the Arena.
    Saebra PIPOLY, USA
Oral Presentation II-2 :
What's New in Adults
Date & Time June 8 (Tue), 16:00-16:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Jung Soon SHIN, Korea
  2. 2. Irene KAPARI, Greece
Speakers
  1. 1.Hippotherapy for Pain Syndrome in the Immediate Postoperative Period After Knee Endoprothesis in Women.
    Oksana KUZMINA, Russia
  2. 2.Influence of Equine Facilitated Psychological Support on the Psychological Wellbeing of Healthcare Workers During the Initial Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Italy
    Michela RICEPUTI, Italy
  3. 3.Case Study: The Equine Therapy Assistance Program in Skills Development in Addiction.
    Claudia MOTA, Brazil

June 9 (Wed)

Plenary II :
Widen the Spectrum
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 14:30~16:00
Moderator
  1. 1. Yoo-Sook JOUNG, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
  2. 2. Jill CAREY, The Equine Facilitated Education and Therapy Association, Ireland
Speakers
  1. 1.NEVER TOO OLD TO PLAY- THE HEALING POWER OF EQUINE ASSISTED PLAY THERAPY (™) WITH AT RISK YOUTH Abstract
    Tracie FAA-THOMPSON, Turn About Pegasus, UK
  2. 2.Equine Assisted Therapy for Patients with PTSD: Clinical and Neuroimaging Evidence  Abstract
    Yuval NERIA, Columbia University Medical Center, USA
Clinic to Arena II-1 :
PTSD
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 13:30-14:20
Moderator
  1. 1. Da Hye SHIM, Korea Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship / Samsung Medical Center, Korea
  2. 2. Irene KAPARI, HETI Board, Greece
Speakers
  1. 1.The Man o’ War Project: Equine Assisted Therapy for PTSD Abstract
    Yuval NERIA, Columbia University Medical Center, USA
  2. 2.Clinic to Arena Abstract
    Saebra PIPOLY, Hoof Falls & Footfalls, USA
  3. 3.TBD
    Marie Therese KUYPERS, HETI Board, Belgium
Clinic to Arena II-2 :
At Risk Youth
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 13:30-14:20
Moderator
  1. 1. Sun Ju SOHN, Cheongju University, Korea
  2. 2. Anton SARATOV, HETI Board, Russia
Speakers
  1. 1.Equine Assisted Training for Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Abstract
    Doug Hyun HAN, Chung Ang University Hospital, Korea
  2. 2.The Journey from School Exclusion to Acceptance at Equine College Abstract
    Tracie FAA-THOMPSON, Turn About Pegasus, UK
Research Forum :
Research Methods
Session Description
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 09:00-09:50
Moderator
  1. Nina Ekholm FRY, Institute for Human-Animal Connection, USA
Speakers
  1. 1.Effects on Research Design and Outcomes from Conceptualization of the Horse in Human Services
    Nina Ekholm FRY, Institute for Human-Animal Connection, USA
  2. 2.Research Methods
    Debbie SILKWOOD-SHERER, Central Michigan University, USA
Round Table 3 :
Physical Therapy
Session Description
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 10:00-11:00
Moderator
  1. 1. Margareta HAKANSON, PT Group(EEFTN), Sweden
Speakers
  1. 1. Věra LANTELME-FAISAN, RPT, Czech Republic
  2. 2. Sanna Mattila RAUTIAINEN, RPT, Finland
  3. 3. Elizabeth BECKERLEGGE, RPT, UK
  4. 4. Dorothee DEBUSE, RPT, UK
Round Table 4 :
Occupational Therapy
Session Description
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 11:30-12:30
Moderator
  1. 1. Margaret MANSFIELD, State University of New York (SUNY), USA
Round Table 6 :
KATH1
Session Description
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 13:30-14:20
Moderator
  1. 1. Tae Woon JUNG, Jenoju Kijeon College, Korea
Speakers
  1. 1. Kyung Taek OH, Korea
Panels
  1. 1. Kyung Ja CHOI, Korean Society for the Cerebral Palsied, Korea
  2. 2. Geon Nam LEE, Inwoo ENC Co., Ltd. , Korea
  3. 3. Kyeong Hui NO, Daedeok Animal Husbandry, Korea
Oral Presentation III-1 :
What's New in Elderly
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 09:00-09:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Jeong-Yi KWON, Korea
  2. 2. Gunstavo Dos SANTOS, Uruguay
Speakers
  1. 1.Effects of Horseback Riding for Preventive Care on the Quality of Life, the Physical Function, and the Mental Health of Community Dwelling Elderly
    Maho KAWABE, Japan
  2. 2.Effect of Hippotherapy on Functional Capacity and Stomatognathic System in Older Adults
    Edneia MELLO, Brazil
  3. 3.Development of a device for retaining good posture of elderly people
    Rika MIURA, Japan
Oral Presentation III-2 :
Virtual Reality(Horse)
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 09:00-09:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Chang Beom PARK, Korea
  2. 2. Kiginu NAKATA, Japan
Speakers
  1. 1.A Proposed Study to Shift TheHorseCourse Proven Equine-Assisted Intervention to VR Platform for Large-Scale Reach
    Harriet LAURIE, UK
  2. 2.VR in Hippotherapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy
    Siena LEE, Korea
  3. 3.Research Readiness in Equine Assisted Services
    Nancy PASCHALL, USA
  4. 3.TBD
    Anton SARATOV, HETI Board, Russia
Oral Presentation IV-1 :
Equine Welfare
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 10:00-10:50
Moderator
  1. 1. In Kyung LEE, Korea
  2. 2. Gisela Heimsath RHODES, Germany
Speakers
  1. 1.Group-Housing of Horses – A Potential Source of Social Stress?
    Denise V. HEBESBERGER, UK
  2. 2.Building Relationships in Equine-Assisted Activities: Overlaps and Differences in Horse and Human Friendship Strategies
    Emily KIESON, Sweden
  3. 3.Perception of the Client’S Voice by Horses Involved in Equine Facilitated Physiotherapy
    Magdalena SAMALOVA, Czech Republic
Oral Presentation IV-2 :
PTSD I
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 10:00-10:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Sang Mi JEONG, Korea
  2. 2. Marilyn SOKOLOF, USA
Speakers
  1. 1.Horses Healing the Wounded Warrior: A Qualitative Inquiry of Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy in Treating PTSD for Female Veterans
    Rebecca WARA-GOSS, USA
  2. 2.Effects of Equine-Assisted Learning on Firefighters’ Psychological Stress: A Pilot Study
    Da hye SHIM, Mind&Horse, Korea
  3. 3.The Effects of Equine Assisted Learning on Improving Stress, Health and Coping Among Quarantine Control Workers in South Korea
    Sunju SOHN, Korea
Dr. Lawrence Memorial Lecture
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 11:30-12:20
Moderator
  1. 1. Jeong-Yi KWON, Korea
  2. 2. Lorrie RENKER, Educated Equine, USA
Speakers
Oral Presentation V-2 :
At Risk Youth, ASD
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 11:30-12:30
Moderator
  1. 1. Chang Beom PARK, Korea
  2. 2. Kiginu NAKATA, Japan
Speakers
  1. 1.Reconstruction of Children’s Perspectives on Horse-Assisted Interventions: Work in Progress
    Annika BARZEN, Germany
  2. 2.When Children Encountering Animal-Assisted Education - A Case Study in Taiwan
    HaoJu HSU, Taiwan
  3. 3.Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Benefits of Equine-Assisted Interventions for Children with Autism
    Nina FISCHER VON EDELAU, Australia

June 10 (Thu)

Plenary III :
Equine Welfare
Date & Time June 10 (Thu), 11:15-13:00
Moderator
  1. 1. Jin Gap KIM, Korea Racing Association, Korea
  2. 2. LORRIE RENKER, USA
Speakers
  1. 1.Linking Horse and Human Brains Abstract
    Janet L. JONES, Brainworks LLC, USA
  2. 2.One Health as Framework for Animal Assisted Interventions Abstract
    Karin HEDIGER, University of Basel, Switzerland
  3. 3.Scientific Frameworks to Guide Welfare, Training, and Handling of Horses in Therapy and Education Services Abstract
    Nina Ekholm FRY, Institute for Human-Animal Connection, USA
Symposia II :
Beyond the Expectation
Date & Time June 10 (Thu), 14:00-15:30
Moderator
  1. 1. Jeong-Yi KWON, Samsung Medical Center, Korea
  2. 2. Henrika JORMFELDT, Sweden
Speakers
  1. 1.Horse Riding Simulator with Virtual Reality for Rehabilitation of Children with Cerebral Palsy Abstract
    Hyun Jung CHANG, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
  2. 2.Rehabilitation and Therapy with Horses in Virtual Reality Abstract
    Natasha SKULT, IGDA Finland, Finland
  3. 3.Communication Between Horses, Equestrians and Society Abstract
    Minna PELTONEN, Equestrian Federation of Finland, Finland
Education Forum :
ERASMUS Projects / Training Methods
Session Description
Date & Time June 10 (Thu), 09:00-09:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Anne ROKKA, Finland
Speakers
  1. 1. Gisela HEIMSATH-RHODES, HETI Board, Germany
  2. 2. Jill CAREY, HETI Board, Ireland
Round Table 7 :
KATH2
Session Description
Date & Time June 9 (Wed), 10:00-11:00
Moderator
  1. 1. In-Kyung LEE, HETI Board, Korea
Speakers
  1. 1. Myeong Chon SEO, Korea
Panels
  1. 1. Chan-Wan YU, Incheon National University, Korea
  2. 2. Keun-Chang RYU, Dream Support Center Social Cooperative, Korea
  3. 3. Tae Woon JUNG, Jeonju Kijeon College, Korea 
Oral Presentation VI-1 :
PTSD II
Date & Time June 10 (Thu), 09:00-09:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Marilyn SOKOLOF, USA
Speakers
  1. 1.Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Hippotherapy - Possibilities of a Common Path
    Magdalena PIKUL, Poland
  2. 2.Promoting Safety in HAT for Complex Trauma: An Application of Integrative Model of Human Animal Interactions through Case Study
    Charlène LECONSTANT, France
  3. 3.Trauma Sensitive Equine Assisted Mindfulness (TS-EAM) for Cancer Patients with Post-Traumatic Stress
    Katarina LUNDGREN, Sweden
Oral Presentation VII-1 :
What's New in Children
Date & Time June 10 (Thu), 10:00-10:50
Moderator
  1. 1. Soojin YOO, Korea
  2. 2. Gunstavo Dos SANTOS, Uruguay
Speakers
  1. 1.TheHorseCourse Reduces Domestic Violence & Abuse Incidence by 51% – How? A Close Look at the Method Behind The Evidence
    Harriet LAURIE, UK
  2. 2.Therapeutic Riding (TR) for Children with Different Diagnosis Categories
    Anne BARNFIELD, Canada
  3. 3.Novel Adaptive Riding Intervention for Youth with Anxiety: Fidelity Outcomes
    Lauren SEIBEL, USA
Delegate Forum
Date & Time June 10(Thu), 17:00~18:30
Moderator
  1. 1. Anton SARATOV
Speakers
  1. 1.TBD
    Věra LANTELME-FAISAN, The Czech Equine Facilitated Therapy Association (CEFTA) / HETI, Czech Republic
  2. 2.TBD
    Alexandra STERGIOU, Ioannina Therapeutic Riding Center, Greece, Greece
  3. 3.TBD
    Renate DEIMEL
  4. 4.TBD
    Kiginu NAKATA
  5. 5.TBD
    Heffa JORMFELDT
  6. 6.TBD
    Anita SHKEDI, Anitashkedi, Israel