Dream Catchers in the News
- Dream Catchers for the Whole Community (Williamsburg’s Next Door Neighbors magazine, December 2021, page 52)
- Families of children with autism find pandemic support in local organizations, equine therapy (Virginia Gazette, 11/6/2020)
- When the friend who has your back is a horse (Christian Science Monitor, 3/2/2020)
Dream Catchers at the Cori SIkich Therapeutic Riding Center was founded in 1993 by a group of nurses who believed in the healing power of horses. In 2004, the center moved to its current 22-acre site in Toano; the land was donated in memory of Cori Sikich, who was herself an avid horsewoman.
Today, Dream Catchers is a PATH Intl. Premier accredited therapeutic equestrian center that enriches the lives of children, adults, and families through equine assisted services. The scope and diversity of the programs offered at Dream Catchers continues to expand to impact the lives of people with disabilities, at-risk youth, and veterans through horseback riding, horsemanship, education, equine facilitated psychotherapy, and equine assisted learning programs.
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