Licensed psychologists utilize equine-assisted therapy for use with students on the autism spectrum, enabling them to develop successful interactions and relationships that can be translated and generalized into valuable social opportunities. This form of therapy can be useful for understanding, perspective taking, social cues, nonverbal communication, and body language.

Bradley Farm has two miniature horses – Marcus and Magnum, both 8 years old, that provide interaction during equine-assisted therapy sessions for CIP students.