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.
Dr. Branch earned her doctorate in 2018 from Florida Institute of Technology. She is a Clinical Psychologist at Neurogenesis Center of Florida, providing psychotherapy to teens, adults, and seniors. In January 2020 she was certified through the O.K. Corral as a mental health specialist for Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). Dr. Branch specializes in working with individuals healing from trauma, and she also works with a variety of clients who have a broad range of goals, such as breaking free from the weight of depression or the restlessness of anxiety, building self-esteem, gaining healthy relational skills, working through grief, and living a fulfilling life. While Dr. Branch is relatively new to the treatment team at Crossroads Corral, she has quickly developed a passion for the richness that horses can bring to the therapy process, and she feels privileged to help provide that experience for clients.
Lindsay Brim has had horses for 25 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, mom of twins and also enjoys traveling when she can step away from the barn.
Julie Hester has had horses for 25 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.
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.
Chezz has been working with horses for over 30 years. He has ridden and trained others in a variety of disciplines, including hunters and jumpers, dressage, Western, and reined cow horse, and is also trained as a farrier and veterinary technician. Chezz enjoys working with clients of all ages and backgrounds, including individuals, charitable organizations, show barns and other trainers and professional riders, and loves to share his passion for learning and growing as a rider and horseman. He was certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy in November!
Annette Scisciani has been an incredible volunteer helping to care for our herd for over a year now!
Annette is co-owner of Gallery of Homes Real Estate Professionals in Lake Mary for over 10 years. Growing up loving all things Equine and finding a volunteer opportunity at Crossroads Corral in 2017 was a perfect match. Annette loves being able to share the magic that happens between horses and humans and became certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy in November. Annette is a proud wife and enjoys spending free time trail riding.
Aleah obtained her Master of Science and Specialist in Education in Counseling and Human Systems, with an emphasis in Mental Health Counseling, from Florida State University in 2018. Aleah specializes with children and adolescents, addressing a range of mental health and behavioral needs. With a variety of horse and animal experience, Aleah developed a passion for utilizing animals to aid people in the healing process. She became certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning in November 2018 and is happy to be part of the Crossroads Corral team!