Erin Rayburn was born into a military family, grew up all over the country, and her family finally settled in Charlotte, NC. Riding horses and competing has been apart of Erin’s life from a young age, and it has been a desire for her to use horses to help people. Erin went to college to pursue riding and veterinarian medicine, but changed her pursuit when she took a psychology class and realized her desire to help people through counseling.
After graduating from Richmont Graduate University with a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Erin established her private practice in Chattanooga, TN in 2010. Through this, Erin has been able to incorporate a specialized psychotherapy model utilizing horses to help people. Erin not only counsels and does equine assisted psychotherapy, but she also offers sports performance coaching to competitive riders and trains and competes regularly in the jumpers. Erin spends a lot of her time with her friends and family, and loves to be in the outdoors.
Emily is practicing under the supervision of Adam Glendye, LPC, CPCS