What do we do?
InCAh seeks to promote Anthrohippology as a distinct sub-field of Anthrozoology and to draw together leaders in the academic and equine communities who are already working in different strands of this exciting and productive area of study. We also model Human/Horse Interaction in our academic and experiential learning programs, including our Horses For Peace program.
Sara Berry, Director InCAh
holds a Masters degree from Edinburgh University, Scotland, and did her
postgraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Sara is an
experienced educator, having taught at the University of Texas at San
Antonio and at the University of Texas at Austin. She
trained and certified in Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy and
Equine-Assisted Learning by Greg Kersten, the founder of EAGALA (the
Equine-Assisted Growth and Learning Association) and the
OK Corral Series in Equine Psychology.
Sara founded InCAh, The International Center for Anthrohippology, to advance the study of the Human/Horse interaction and to unite currently diverse, non-medical Equine Studies under one specialization. InCAh programs include Horses For Peace and the Xanthos Speaks! EEL Series. She is a veteran of the British Royal Air Force, is a certified Stress Management Specialist, and is also the owner/founder of Equissage Texas LLC, training Equine Sports Massage Therapists. She is the only certified Equissage Instructor in the State of Texas. Sara is a Professional Member and a Preferred Educational Provider of the International Association of Animal Massage and Bodywork (IAAMB), a Life Member of the International Association of Animal Massage Therapists (IAAMT), a Scholar Member of the Animals & Society Institute (ASI), an Affliliate Member of the International Society of Anthrozoology (ISAZ), and a Life Member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Originally from Great Britain, Sara has lived with her family in the beautiful Texas Hill Country since 1997. She also works under the pen name, Sorche Berry.