Mary Ann Brewer - President and Co-founder of
In the Company of Horses Inc
Teacher of Horsemanship
EAGALA Advanced Trained Equine Specialist and
Board Member - Equine Assisted Therapy of NJ
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In the Company of Horses Inc. 240 Pointville Rd. Pemberton, NJ 08068/ 609-330-2444/
Charlene Jennings
EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning
Association) Certified Equine Specialist and Other
Learning Consultant and Teacher of Reading
Ms. Farber is a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and a National Certified
Counselor. She has a Master’s in Counseling from Rider University, Lawrenceville, New Jersey and Master’s in
Communication and Information Studies from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

She is Advance Certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)/Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) from the
Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA). She is a current member in good standing of the
American Counseling
Association; American Psychotherapy Association; and EAGALA. Additionally, Ms. Farber completed LifeStyle
Intervention training.

Ms. Farber has provided services to: domestic violence victims in a shelter setting and in the community;
domestic violence abusers seeking treatment voluntarily and those mandated by the court; assess the needs of
individuals in a private psychiatric hospital setting; individuals coming to community counseling setting
experiencing a variety of mental health issues  (alcohol and drug addiction, depression, anxiety, mood
adjustment disorders, etc.). Ms. Farber has served on the New Jersey State Advisory Council on Domestic
Violence; the Burlington County Advisory Council on Women; and, the New Jersey Coalition for Battered
Shannon Pinkerton MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor, EAGALA (Equine Assisted
Growth and Learning Association) certified as both an Equine
Specialist and a Mental Health Professional, Certified School
Counselor.   Shannon began her journey with horses at age 13
with her first horse Bucky, who now a co-facilitates in EAGALA
work. Believing in the power of equines to help and heal,
Shannon began using the EAGALA  model in 2006, and has
worked with individuals, families, youth at risk, individuals in
addictions, and corporations. Shannon also teaches therapeutic
horsemanship to primarily young people who will benefit in
multiple ways from being with horses. Aside from working with In
the Company of Horses, Shannon is a therapist at a residential
treatment facility for adolescents, and uses the EAGALA model in
work there.
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