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Meet The Team

Clinical Supervisor

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Terrie Haworth, MA, LPC

Degree: Masters of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, 2011

University: George Fox University

Certifications: Licensed Professional Counselor, Approved Clinical Supervisor- OBLPCT

Years Showing/Riding: I have been riding horses since age 8 and have enjoyed any opportunity I can incorporate them in my life.

Philosophy & Approach: I believe that the counseling process can facilitate change and more importantly, that we already have the solutions to change within us. The counseling process tends to highlight our unseen strengths that we can use to achieve our goals, by intentionally developing skills to be more present in our lives. I recognize the strength it takes to seek change and appreciate how the process can look different for everyone. In my approach, I also value the inclusion of family members in the counseling process if appropriate while also supporting individualized needs. I have a strong reliance on cognitive-behavioral and dialectical theories that I use in sessions to meet identified goals. 

Counselor Associate


Racheal Nordby,MCOUN Professional Counselor Associate

Supervisor: Terrie Haworth, MA,LPC

Degree: Masters of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

University: Oregon State University

Certifications: Professional Counselor Associate-OBLPCT,EAGALA, 

Years Showing/Riding Horses: 22

Biggest Horse Related Accomplishment: IHSA Open Horsemanship National Champion, AQHA Novice Youth Achievement

Hometown: Bend, OR.

Fun Fact: I've owned my current horse for 16 years!

Philosophy & Approach: I believe that every individual has the capacity to heal and create change in their lives; therapy is simply a space in which the individual can focus on the journey of change.  My approach is client-centered and strengths-based, as I believe that individuals naturally have a foundation of strengths and skills that can be built upon in a therapeutic setting.  I am rooted in a holistic approach to therapy, which means I believe that there are often external and internal layers to life that may be addressed during treatment. My goal as the counselor is to create a safe and warm environment where the client is free to express themselves.  I value diversity and inclusion in the therapeutic setting and hope to be seen as an advocate for my client.

Equine Specialist


Taylor Edmondson

Degree: B.S. in psychology minor in animal science

University: Oregon State University

Certifications: QMHA-1, EAGALA, CPR/First Aid

Years Showing/Riding Horses: 20 years

Biggest Horse Related Accomplishment:

OHSET State Reserve Champion 2 consecutive years, PNWIC qualifier, Top 5 Region Trail

Hometown: West Linn, OR.

Fun Fact: I rode for Oregon State University's Intercollegiate Equestrian Team

General Bio: As a lifetime horse enthusiast, I have experienced first-hand the incredible benefits of being around horses.  I am passionate about the equine industry and mental health wellbeing and believe horses are a catalyst for personal growth, transformation and healing.  I am blessed to be able to work in an environment that blends the two and can't wait to meet you!  

Equine Specialist


Jessica Croxson

Degree: B.S. in Animal Sciences and a minor in Agricultural Business Management

University: Oregon State University.

I currently attend George Fox University where I am pursuing my Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.  In addition to this, I plan on earning my Trauma Response Certification when I graduate in 2025.

Certifications: QMHA, EAGALA, CPR/First Aid

Years Showing/Riding: I have been around horses since I was 6 years old. 18 years.

Biggest Horse Accomplishment: Junior Miss California State Horsemen's Association, Region 3 CSHA Western Pleasure Champion

Hometown: Arbuckle, CA.

Fun Fact: In high school, I was in an organization known as Future Farmers of America where I started a project giving horse lessons to youth in my rural community.

General Bio: Being around horses is a lifestyle and I am so grateful to share this opportunity with individuals around the Mulino community.  I am excited to combine my passion for working with horses and promoting mental health awareness in the process. I grew up on a small ranch with two horses and a menagerie of livestock.  When I am not in the barn or studying, I enjoy traveling to national parks, hiking new spots around Oregon, and bringing friends together over a good meal.

Ranch Hands


Jeff Edmondson


Nick Vaughn


Trent Warden

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