Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Consulting, LLC

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Basic Information

Address: CAPC, LLC and HORSES TREAT M407 State Highway 97 Marshfield, WI 5449
Phone Number: 715-318-0047
Fax Number: 888-485-4412
Director: Jenna Saul MD DFAACAP

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Additional Information

Treatment Services: outpatient, day treatment, EAGALA model equine assisted psychotherapy
Treatment Model: We draw on family based therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and utilize individual, group, family therapies, nutrition consultation, and support groups. We also integrate EAGALA model equine assisted psychotherapy.
Founded: 2006
Ages Served: 4 and up
Gender: male and female
Duration: we have 8 week groups, 6-10 week day treatment, and individual and family therapies on an outpatient basis of duration as indicated

We are located in Marshfield at Peacefield. This is an equine assisted psychotherapy center. We have clinical offices and also do a lot of work in the arena and paddocks. There are animals around the facility.

Pricing: we accept most insurances. There is a facility fee to be paid that is not billed to insurance-between $40 and $60 per individual session.
Accreditation Licenses: We are licensed as a mental health clinic in the state of Wisconsin. We have a board certified and licensed general psychiatrist and child and adolescent psychiatrist We have several licensed therapists.
Professional Affiliations: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Academy for Eating Disorders American Medical Associations American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law International Association for Eating Disorders Professionals
Organization Memberships: Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association, PATH International
Area of Focus:

Eating disorders, at-risk youth,

Treatment Philosophy: We work to find positive growth from adversity, build resilience, develop adaptive coping skills and learn effective problem solving. We promote optimistic thinking that can help children, adolescents, and adults respond to the challenges that are encountered on a daily basis, and to apply these skills in many contexts, including relationships with peers and family, lifelong learning, and other activities. We nurture skills that buffer against the effects of stress. We emphasize a strength-based approach to treatment that helps one to overcome their areas of vulnerability.

Introduction to equine assisted psychotherapy
Parenting: what we can learn from horses
Health at Every Size
Understanding Eating Disorders
Stop Bullying now

Support Groups:

This facility has evolved out of the recognition that eating disorders have the highest mortality of all mental health conditions, and the realization that there are few resources in rural/central Wisconsin for treatment.


Information from EAGALA: Equine Assisted Therapy brings together a licensed therapist, a horse professional, a horse or horses, and a patient or patients (and sometimes their family members) to address treatment goals

Participants learn about themselves and others by participating in activities with the horses, and then processing (or discussing) feelings, behaviors, and patterns.
This approach has been compared to the ropes courses used by therapists, treatment facilities, and human development courses around the world. But EAP has the added advantage of utilizing horses, which are dynamic and powerful living beings.
In contrast to the ropes, there are relational issues that develop between horses and people, and between horses and other horses, that can be important to the therapeutic process.

Facility Description:

We are located in Marshfield at Peacefield Ranch, with Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Consulting Partnering with Horses Treat, LLC. (

HORSES TREAT stands for:

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O ptimism
R eslience
S elf-
E fficacy
S trength

T hrough
R esponsive
E quine
A ssisted
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Additional Information:


Disorders Treated Include (but are not limited to):

  • Abuse/Trauma 
  • ADHD
  • Anorexia, Bulimia, and other Eating Disorders
  • Anxiety and OCD
  • Attachment Disorders
  • Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Behavior Disorders (ODD and Conduct)
  • Depression and Mood Disorders
  • Intermittent Explosive Disorder
  • Tourettes
Problems Addressed (include but are not limited to):
  • Academic Problems 
  • Anger Issues
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Bullying
  • Family Concerns
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Self-harm, Suicidality
  • Social Skills Problems


Equine Assisted Learning Programs:
  • Girls’ self-esteem
  • Boys’ self-esteem
  • Social Skills
  • Bullying Intervention Programs
  • Anger Management
  • At risk/ Offending Youth programs
  • Veterans and Veterans' Families Groups
  • Parent-child groups
  • Academic Team Building
  • Corporate Team Building