Forever Faithful Ranch

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

At Forever Faithful we believe horses have a spiritual significance in which the human / horse relationship offers an opportunity for emotional, psychological and spiritual transformation.   Through our horses, we have seen people of all ages develop trust, communication, boundaries, love, empathy, social skills, patience, honesty, conflict resolution and teamwork. 
Our services are available for children and adults of all ages who wish to be happier, healthier and at peace with one’s self and others around them.

What is EAP (Equine Assisted Psychotherapy)?

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy is a combined effort between a horse or horses, a licensed therapist, and an equine specialist who work together with the client to address a number of treatment needs.  It is an experiential solution based therapy.  Meaning that clients learn about themselves and others by participating in activities with horses on the ground, and then processing (or discussing) feelings and behaviors.  EAP is appropriate for all ages and stages of life.  All sessions take place on the ground. 

No horse experience is necessary. 
Note:  Because of its intensity and effectiveness, EAP should be continued with routine therapy. 

EAP is an effective model for:


Anger Management

Couples Therapy
Conflict Resolution
At-Risk Youth
Victims of Abuse
Confidence and Self Esteem
Family Therapy


*Please call for more information, schedule, and pricing.    

Tammye Markle holds a Masters Degree in Christian Counseling, Ministry and Therapeutic Mediation, and is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Biblical Studies from Barnham Seminary.  She has spent the past 18 Years mentoring, motivating and encouraging clients to set and accomplish educational, personal goals, and to overcome adversity through Christ centered Biblical Principles.  

Meet Our Specialists 

Debbie Warren is a Certified Life Coach.  She is the founder "Own Your Greatness".  She holds her certification of   completion in Life Coaching as well as, Anxiety Therapy.  Furthermore, she has additional training in nutrition, interpersonal communication, counseling and psychology. Life Coaching is about taking our past experiences, both good and bad, and using them to better ourselves.  Our past does not have define us, rather she believes we have the power to use it to make us better, stronger individuals for ourselves and for others. " Life Coaching is about teaching you to be solely responsible for your actions and reactions.  It is about setting goals and reaching them. "  Debbie believes it is important for each of us to have a support mechanism in place as we go through these experiences or setbacks. 

Marla Neely has a Masters Degree in Counseling from SHSU in Huntsville and a Bachelors Degree in Occupational Therapy from UTMB Galveston. Marla is currently working as an LPC intern under the supervision of Bill Jack Davis LPC at The Bridge Counseling Center. She feels that her previous years working Special Education as an Occupational Therapist provided the perfect foundation for her career in Counseling.   Marla strongly believes that regardless of our Age, there is a young child within each of us and that as children of God we are all special. Her primary goal is to consistently seek out opportunities for growth and development of both personal and professional skills in order to identify and meet the physical and emotional needs of the clients.  Marla strives to develop and maintain an atmosphere of honesty, safety and respect for all Clients in which they can be free to express themselves with sincere acceptance and without fear of judgement.