Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy with 14 years experience using horses in therapy. Clinical experience includes treatment for abuse and sexual trauma, traumatic loss, bereavement, and child/adolescent psychiatric, behavioral and family problems.
Dr. Fasula is the Clinical Director at Neurogenesis Center of Florida and is Board Certified in EEG Biofeedback. In 2008, she was certified through EAGALA as a mental health specialist for Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). Specializing in neurofeedback, biofeedback, psychotherapy and EAP, Dr. Fasula applies proven therapeutic techniques to clients of all ages and backgrounds. Her work was recognized by both Psychology Today and The Dr. Phil Show.
Lindsay Brim has had horses for 23 years. She knows first hand the benefits that come naturally when working with them. Lindsay has always loved working with horses in and out of the show arena. She has completed three certification courses for Equine Assisted Learning and Psychotherapy and is a co-founder of Crossroads Corral. Lindsay was involved in the 4-H program growing up and she is a leader in Seminole County 4-H today. She is a proud wife and also enjoys traveling when she can step away from the barn.
Julie Hester has had horses for 23 years and was heavily involved in the 4-H program as a participant and now as a Seminole County 4-H Leader. Julie has trained and shown horses but her heart has always been with teaching her students true horsemanship and watching them grow. She has completed three certification courses for Equine Assisted Learning and Psychotherapy and is a co-founder of Crossroads Corral. Julie is a proud wife and also owns miniature horses that she breeds for therapeutic purposes.
Alison Van Gundy has over 10 years of horse experience. She was involved in Seminole County 4-H and knows first hand how much horses can change your life. Ali is a Sophomore at Stetson University in the Bonner program. She received her certification for Equine Assisted Learning and Psychotherapy in February of 2016. Ali is a proud daughter and sister and travels often to Michigan where her family lives.
Rebecca Selover specializes in child and adult trauma therapy, and is also trained in a wide variety of techniques for individual, family and group therapy. Her private practice in Sanford serves those in need across the Central Florida region. In addition to being an LMHC, Rebecca is certified in psychotherapy by the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association [EAGALA], which is the leading international association for professionals incorporating horses to address mental health and personal development needs. “I know firsthand how these beautiful creatures can heal the aching heart,” she says, “and also how they can help develop confidence and self-esteem.” An avid rider for over 20 years, Rebecca has competed at the show level in New Jersey and Florida. She and her horse Abe now enjoy weekend trail riding, light exercise, and bath and treat time at their barn.