Turre ‘Dames’ help women victims

Expat group supports innovative domestic violence therapy

Women working with the horses on the recent council therapy course

By Emma Randle

British women’s group, the Dames of Turre, has pledged to support a pioneering animal assisted therapy scheme helping local victims of domestic abuse.

The decision came following a course recently offered by Turre council for women experiencing family difficulties, run by therapist Susana Salamanca using horses to aid the therapeutic process.

The course was offered as part of a campaign to commemorate the international day against domestic violence in November, and was the first time the council had invested in that type of activity.

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