Guest Podcast: Chrissy Stout Pt. 2 of 2

May 04, 2023

In Part 2 of our powerful conversations with Chrissy, we discuss how horses help heal trauma in humans, the need for a PSA campaign for unmounted programming, the magic of incorporating mindfulness and holistic based horsemanship in ones practice and more. She illuminates the importance of language in the Equine services industry, and educates us on the latest terminology. Chrissy also shares actionable advice on living in gratitude, the importance of community and mentorship, & the 3 things she thinks horses can teach humanity!

Chrissy Stout was born and raised in Australia, hailing from a long line of horse people with deep ties to farming, ranching, and rural living.

She is currently the Program Director at Haku Baldwin Center in Hawaii, a nonprofit providing Equine-Assisted Services to youth and adults with diverse needs. Chrissy is a PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor, a PATH Intl. Mentor, and a Horse Powered Reading® Facilitator. She is a Region 11 Ambassador for PATH Intl. and was recognized as the region's Credentialed Professional of the Year in 2022.

Chrissy also owns Teaching Aids for EAS, a company specializing in adaptive visual aids to improve communication and enhance instruction inside and outside the arena.

She is passionate about creating a culture of mindful and compassionate horsemanship, and empowering the next generation of equine professionals.

Check out Chrissy's teaching aids for EAS company here:

and on FB, where you can messenger her:

And here is the facility she is the director of:

AND you can email Chrissy here: [email protected]